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The 1990s have been a decade of upheaval in international financial markets. Much of the responsibility for financial instability has been placed on speculators, particularly hedge funds. Speculative capital has been characterized as "hot money", with capital flows driven by "herding" and "contagion" among players in foreign-exchange, stock, bond, and commodity markets. Policies to deal with financial instability by weakening, or even disabling speculation, have been based largely on anecdote, convenience (speculators have long served as scapegoats for various problems), and ideology, rather than careful analysis. Part of the ...
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Rational herding in financial economics
Rational herding in financial economics. Andrea Devenow, Ivo Welch *. AGSM at UCLA, 110 Westwood Plaza, Box 951481, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481, USA ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Devenow, Andrea and Ivo Welch (1996), “Rational Herding in Financial Economics,” European. Economic Review, 40, pp. 603-615. Diamond, Douglas and Phillip ...
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In this day and age of computerized trading programs and algorithms, how do we even know what makes the stock market go up or down anymore? All of the computerized programs are different and we are never sure what exactly triggers a sell or a buy (or a hold, for that matter). When the human element is taken out of trading, it's hard to say what triggers a rise or a fall. Do you agree? Member since: March 26, 2007 Total points: 593 (Level 2) Not necessarily. For instance the computerized programs at least used by financial firms are highly technical and a layman w/ no economic knowledge can't use it. In fact the ...