The role of technicians and fundamentalists in emerging financial markets: A case study of Kuwait

Al-Muraikhi, H and Moosa, I 2008, 'The role of technicians and fundamentalists in emerging financial markets: A case study of Kuwait', International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, vol. 1, no. 13, pp. 77-83.


Document type: Journal Article
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Title The role of technicians and fundamentalists in emerging financial markets: A case study of Kuwait
Author(s) Al-Muraikhi, H
Moosa, I
Year 2008
Journal name International Research Journal of Finance and Economics
Volume number 1
Issue number 13
Start page 77
End page 83
Total pages 7
Publisher European Journals, Inc.
Abstract This paper provides empirical evidence on the role of fundamentalists and technicians in the emerging stock market and foreign exchange market of Kuwait. An econometric model is used to differentiate between the effects on financial prices of the actions of traders who act on the basis of fundamental analysis and those who act on the basis of technical analysis. By estimating the model for four time series with two frequencies, the results reveal that both fundamentalists and technicians play a role in financial price determination. This result is confirmed by a variety of econometric tests.
Subject Banking, Finance and Investment not elsewhere classified
Copyright notice © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2008
ISSN 1450-2887
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