Posted by forecastingtool on September 15, 2013 at 11:45 AM
In the stock market where you invest your money by buying shares there is competition. The competitors are all the issues traded on the Big Board. They can be seen as species engaged in a Darwinian struggle for survival of the fittest. They compete for investors’ favour. In this approach the shares behave like species and the stock market like an ecosystem. But despite appearances, price is not the competitive variable involved, because price simply does not constitute a limited resource. The competition is twofold and is described by the two variables: share volume (investors’ attention) and share value (investors’ money) daily exchanged.
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