Duxbury, Darren / Keasey, Kevin Repeated Financial Decisions An Experimental Analysis
1. Edition September 1999 89.90 Euro 1999. VIII, 82 Pages, Softcover ISBN 978-0-471-72028-7 - John Wiley & Sons
Short description Based on a study conducted at the International Center for Banking and Financial Services at Leeds University, Repeated Financial Decisions investigates how and why individuals reach the decision to buy or sell equities and how this relates to market conditions and individual wealth. The study places particular emphasis on the difference between "one-off" and repeated decisions and notes the manner in which individuals economize on the repeated need to follow their own personal patterns.
From the contents Preliminaries.
The Nature and Success of Repeated Financial Decisions.
Do the Demand Curves for Stocks Slope Downwards?
Repeated Financial Decisions and the Leptokurtic Nature of Stock Distributions.