From the dotcom bust in the late nineties to the housing crash in the run-up to the 2008 crisis, financial bubbles have been a topic of major concern. Identifying bubbles is important in order to prevent collapses that can severely impact nations and economies. A mathematical model has now been proposed for the detection of financial bubbles in order to prevent their collapse.
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Mathematically detecting bubbles before they burst Predicting economic crashes for more stable economies. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics . Share. Print E-Mail. From the dot bust The most important mathematical idea in stock trading is that prices are random, bordering on noise, and that to bee successful you’ll have to get away from the notion that a trading system can be Citation: (2011, October 31) retrieved 7 January 2020 from https://phys.org/news/2011-10-.html This document is subject to copyright. Tags: mathematically, detecting, bubbles, before, Stock Price Manipulation Detection Based price manipulation were defined such as: size of pany, P/E ratio, liquidity of , status of information clarity, and structure of shareholders. In F. , H. , and M. work , logistic regression 31 October 2011 From the dot bust in the late nineties to the housing crash in the run-up to the 2008 crisis,