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Self-aware trader: A new approach to safer trading

Martínez Fernández, Javier; Augusto, Juan Carlos; Trombino, Giuseppe; Seepold, Ralf; Natividad Martínez Madrid;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2013
  • Country: Mauritius
Abstract
Traders are required to work in the financial market with highly complex information and to perform efficiently under high levels of psychological pressure. Multiple disciplines, from programs with artificial intelligence to complex mathematical functions, are used to help traders in their effort to maximize profits. However, an essential problem not yet considered in this rapidly evolving environment is that traders are not supported to adequately manage how stress influences their decisions. This paper takes into consideration the negative influences of stress on individuals and proposes a system designed to support traders by providing them with information t...
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