|The uncertainty in all markets is the level of mutuality.|
The less assured the level of mutuality with each transaction
the more closed the market actually is,
compared with how open it appears to be.....
When the assumption is left to become an absolute
it creates and perpetuates hidden gains for the vendor
at the buyers expense. Such gains must remain hidden
for the market to not get openly labelled 'rigged' or 'broken'....