Там всё хорошо, но выпишу этот кусок:
Reading the book alternate between the victimization of Katsuyama's traders and their explanation of exactly how they are being victimized, I feel like I'm hearing somebody complain that they always lose playing rock-paper-scissors: they always choose rock and the other guy always chooses paper. Why not choose scissors?
More broadly, if these front-runners are running the scam all the time, not only should Katsuyama be able to avoid it, other predators would likely front-run the front-runners, putting them out of business. Lewis tells us that Brad describes the front-running plague to everyone on Wall Street, including a number of sharp hedge fund managers. Did all of these hedge funds decide to play nice with the high-frequency front-runners? Have all the other high-frequency traders, whom he claims make money picking off predictable models, decided not to pick off these guys who predictably front-run? It just doesn't seem plausible.