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Agent-Based Stock Market Model with Endogenous Agents' Impact

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  • Jan A. Lipski
  • Ryszard Kutner

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The three-state agent-based 2D model of financial markets as proposed by Giulia Iori has been extended by introducing increasing trust in the correctly predicting agents, a more realistic consultation procedure as well as a formal validation mechanism. This paper shows that such a model correctly reproduces the three fundamental stylised facts: fat-tail log returns, power-law volatility autocorrelation decay in time and volatility clustering.

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  • Jan A. Lipski & Ryszard Kutner, 2013. "Agent-Based Stock Market Model with Endogenous Agents' Impact," Papers 1310.0762, arXiv.org, revised Dec 2013.
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    1. M. Cristelli & L. Pietronero & A. Zaccaria, 2011. "Critical Overview of Agent-Based Models for Economics," Papers 1101.1847, arXiv.org.
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