Read each of the short passages given below and answer the questions that follows it.
BSE officials point out that ever since on-line trading took off, surveillance isn’t difficult anymore. Sophisticated software has been installed for continuous monitoring of stock prices. If that is so, how could the unnatural spurt in prices of operator-driven stock go unnoticed? There does not seem to be regular checks or supervision.
Which of the following can be inferred from the above passage?
- The software used at BSE is not as sophisticated as it is claimed to be.
- The operators can drive stock prices crazy irrespective of the kind of software installed.
- Nobody can ever predict how stock prices move in the market.
- Having the infrastructure in place is one thing, but proper utilisation is another.