Scaling Behaviors in Differently Developed Markets
Scaling properties of four different stock market indices were studied in terms of generalized Hurst exponent approach. It was verified that the observed differentiation among different degrees of market development emerged above the numerical fluctuations. The deviations from pure Brownian motion behavior were associated with the degrees of development of the market.
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|Source:||Physica A: Statistical mechanics and its applications|
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