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|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|14976||2004||7 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, Volume 341, 1 October 2004, Pages 526–532
The herd behavior of returns for the won–dollar exchange rate and the Korean stock price index (KOSPI) is analyzed in Korean financial markets. It is reported that the probability distribution P(R) of returns R for three types of herding parameter satisfies the power-law behavior P(R)≃R−β with the exponents β=2.2 (the won–dollar exchange rate) and 2.4 (the KOSPI). When the herding parameter h satisfies h⩾2.33, the crash regime in which P(R) increases with the increasing R appears. The active state of the transaction exists to decrease for h>2.33. Especially, we find that the distribution of normalized returns shows a crossover to a Gaussian distribution when the time step Δt=252 is used. Our results will also be compared to the other well-known analyses.
There has been considerable interest ,  and  in the microscopic models of financial markets. Such models, which are based on the self-organized phenomena, are: the herding multiagent model  and  and the related percolation models  and ; the democracy and dictatorship model ; the self-organized dynamical model , the cut and paste model; and the fragmentation and coagulation model . One of important microscopic models is the herding model  and , in which there exist some degrees of coordination among a group of agents who share the same information or the same rumor and make a common decision in order to create and produce returns. Recently, a theoretical model  for this herding behavior has been proposed. In this model, the probability distribution of returns shows a power-law behavior for the herding parameter below a critical value. But the financial crashes yield an increase in which the probability of large returns exists for the herding parameter larger than the critical value. In particular, the distribution of normalized returns has the form of the fat-tailed distributions  and a crossover towards the Gaussian distribution can be shown in financial markets. In the previous work , the theoretical models and numerical analyses for the volume of bond futures transacted at the Korean futures exchange market were presented. The number of transactions for two different delivery dates were the principal consideration. In that work, the decay functions for survival probabilities  and  were discovered in the analysis of the bond futures. The tick dynamical behaviors of the bond futures price using the range over standard deviation or the R/S analysis treated in the future Korean exchange market  were also studied. The recent work  on Norwegian and US stock markets has shown that there exist the notable persistence caused by long-memory in the time series. The numerical analyses based on multifractal Hurst exponent and the height–height correlation function have also been used mainly for long-run memory effects. It was demonstrated in particular that the form of the probability distribution of the normalized return leads to the Lorentz distribution rather than the Gaussian distribution . The intention of this paper is to study the dynamical herding behavior for the won–dollar exchange rate and the KOSPI in Korean financial markets. In Section 2, the financial crashes and the distribution of normalized returns for the two different delivery dates are analyzed numerically. The results and conclusions are given in Section 3.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
By way of summation, this article has investigated the dynamical herding behavior for the won–dollar exchange rate and the KOSPI in the Korean financial market. Particularly, the distribution of the price return scales as a power law R−β with the exponents β=2.2 (the won–dollar exchange rate) and 2.4 (the KOSPI). However, our distribution of price returns is not in good agreement with the other results . It is found that our scaling exponents β are somewhat larger than the numerical 1.5. It is noted that the probability of existing financial crashes is high, because the active herding behavior occurs with the increasing probability as the herding parameter value becomes larger in real financial markets. We would also suggest that the critical value of the herding parameter  is h∗=2.33 (a=0.3). It is also found that the distribution of normalized returns reduces to a Gaussian form, and there arises a crossover toward a Gaussian probability function for the distribution of normalized returns . The future analysis will investigate in detail, the herd behavior for the yen–dollar exchange rate, and we hope that the dynamical herd behavior applies to the other tick data in the foreign financial market.