By James J. Cramer, TheStreet
This can be a dictionary of key industry and making an investment phrases to aid contributors and companies develop their wealth. A finished monetary dictionary with greater than one hundred eighty phrases in such fields as mutual money, banking, shares, bonds, tax legislation, and transactions within the numerous monetary markets awarded alphabetically with descriptions. every person wishes a dictionary of industry and making an investment phrases in today’s ever altering and intricate industry. this is often the starting point. Jim Cramer’s creation units the Dictionary in context. Purposely written and designed for the electronic market the place precision, pace and transparency are basic, this can be destined to turn into an booklet funding vintage.
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In addition, trade will occur if the histories of the signals is Q 49 Q SPECULATION, TRADING, AND BUBBLES (1, 1, 2) or (1, 1, 0), and each of these events has probability q(1 − 2 q)2, but if histories (1, 1, 2) or (1, 1, 0) obtain, only half the shares will exchange hands at t = 3. Thus the average volume in period 3 is given by EV3 = 2 q 2 S + 2 q 2 (1 − 2 q)S + q(1 − 2 q)2 S = qS . (11) An examination of expressions (9) through (11) makes it evident that an increase in the parameter q increases the expected volume of trade in every period, just as it increases the value of the bubble.
1 LIMITED CAPITAL If irrational investors have limited access to capital and the supply of the asset increases, perhaps as a result of sales by insiders, then even when J. C. emits an optimistic opinion, irrational investors may not be able to buy the full asset ﬂoat while paying their own valuation. When the capital constraint of irrational investors is severe enough, even when irrational optimism occurs, the marginal buyer may be a rational investor who has a lower valuation of the asset. Hence when irrational agents have limited capital, the size of the bubble depends on the asset supply.
S. regulation that placed low capital-risk weights on securities deemed AAA by “Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organizations” and by similar regulations in other countries, and was ampliﬁed by innovations in ﬁnance, such as the MBS based CDO. It is ironic that this same process of innovation in ﬁnancial engineering eventually allowed pessimists to express their negative views on these markets and speeded up the implosion of the bubble. Compared to pessimists, optimists without direct access to a risky asset are bound to accept terms more favorable to the borrower on loans backed by that asset.
A Concise Dictionary of Markets and Investing by James J. Cramer, TheStreet