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Market makers compete for turnover in quoted securities. But does large turnover guarantee maximum profit? Before we can answer that question it is important to understand spread behavior in the first place. This work presents a quantum model, relating spread to measurable microstructural quantities. It explains why it has to be quantum and how trading is connected to price measurement. Having understood spread behavior we apply the model to maximize market maker's profit.
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