Introduction to financial surveillance
In financial surveillance the aim is to signal at the optimal trading time. A systematic decision strategy is used. The information available at each possible decision time is evaluated in order to judge whether or not there is enough information for a decision about an action or if more information is necessary so that the decision should be postponed. Financial surveillance gives timely decisions.
|Date of creation:||08 Feb 2008|
|Publication status:||Published in Financial Surveillance, Frisén, Marianne (eds.), 2008, chapter 1, Wiley.|
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