The Impact Of The Internet On Trading – A Theoretical Approach On The Investor
AbstractThe paper presents the theories behind the impact of the Internet on financial trading from a theoretical approach of the attitude of the investor.The paper answersm by refering to international literature on the subject to questions such as: Why are the
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