English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Illusionary Finance and Trading Behavior Malika, HAMADI; Erick, RENGIFO; Diego SALZMAN

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Title
  • Illusionary Finance and Trading Behavior
Author
  • Malika, HAMADI
  • Erick, RENGIFO
  • Diego SALZMAN
Physical Description
  • preprint
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  • One important aspect of financial market is that there might be some traders that intentionally mislead other market participants by creating illusions in order to obtain a profit. We call this new concept illusionary finance. We present an analysis of how illusions can be created and disseminated in financial markets based on certain psychological principles that explain agentsÕ decisions under time pressure and polysemous signals. We develop a simple model that incorporates the illusions in the price formation process. Furthermore, using powerful simulations, we show how illusions can be incorporated, directly or indirectly, in the expected prices of the traders.
  • Illusionary Finance; Behavioral Finance; Evolutionary Finance; Neuroeconomics
  • RePEc:ctl:louvec:2005012
Language
  • English
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