Application with Implications of Log-Periodic Trends to Financial Bubbles:A Case for Econoplysics

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Volume-67 Issue-5
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Debasis Patnaik, U Siddharth
  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V67I5P218

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MLA Style: Debasis Patnaik, U Siddharth "Application with Implications of Log-Periodic Trends to Financial Bubbles:A Case for Econoplysics" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.5 (2019):115-123.

APA Style: Debasis Patnaik, U Siddharth (2019). Application with Implications of Log-Periodic Trends to Financial Bubbles:A Case for Econoplysics International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology,67(5),115-123.

Abstract
This paper attempts to understand the phenomenon of market crashes in BSE India. This involves the identification of its causes, mechanism, properties that the market exhibits as well as the identification of the market indicators and its success in the predetermination of market crashes. An analysis on the time series data of the Bombay Stock Exchange is also tested for log-periodic trends to assess market stability.

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Keywords
Log periodic, bubbles, anti bubbles, econophysics, BSE-India, Time series.