On the Inception of Financial Representative Bubbles
AbstractIn this work, we aim to formalize the inception of representative bubbles giving the condition under which they may arise. We will find that representative bubbles may start at any time, depending on the definition of a behavioral component. This result is at odds with the theory of classic rational bubbles, which are those models that rely on the fulfillment of the transversality condition by which a bubble in a financial asset can arise just at its first trade. This means that a classic rational bubble (differently from our model) cannot follow a cycle since if a bubble exists, it will burst by definition and never arise again. View Full-Text
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Ferrara, M.; Pansera, B.A.; Strati, F. On the Inception of Financial Representative Bubbles. Mathematics 2017, 5, 64.
Ferrara M, Pansera BA, Strati F. On the Inception of Financial Representative Bubbles. Mathematics. 2017; 5(4):64.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ferrara, Massimiliano; Pansera, Bruno A.; Strati, Francesco. 2017. "On the Inception of Financial Representative Bubbles." Mathematics 5, no. 4: 64.
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