The market isn't chaotic in that sense. Food and water will always be valuable. So will labor reduction (employees, slaves, machines) and entertainment. At a medieval feudal level a planned economy can be run from the top down. That couldn't be done if it was a truly chaotic system.
In the modern world eliminating the market or placing too much control on it will always fail.
The market will resurrect itself in the form of an underground economy where supply and demand (plus legal risk fees) will result in exchanges at the true market value of goods and services.
A regulated market that respects true values will still fail when the regulation cost exceeds the legal risk costs. At that point it becomes much cheaper to avoid the legal markets (pay workers cash under the table, hire illegal aliens, buy drugs from Canada, etc).
Take the old USSR for example or any government that has attempted to enforce a rationing system. Ticket sales and scalpers are another example.
To take this back to the subject, if there was any attempt to impose month long waits on stock sales, investment brokers would go somewhere else, to another country probably, where such ridiculous laws were not in force.
There will always be someone. North Korea or Venezuela could become the finance capital of the world.