Profit from Noise Trading: An Opinion Survey on Bangladeshi Stock Market
Stock market plays the crucial role to move funds from the surplus units to the deficit units, therefore, it accelerate the economic development of a country. Noise trading is one of the important issues that influence the stock market volatility dynamics. Noise traders are very sensitive in having well or bad news rather use standard data/stock index for decision to buy or sell share. This sensitivity makes market more volatile. The aim of this study is to collect opinions from the market practitioners on their thinking about noise trading and profit from stock market.
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