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ea77 13-Jan-19 08:36 AM
"Mosaic theory" - security analysis by inferring from big picture information Mosaic theory refers to a method of analysis used by security analysts to gather information about a corporation. The mosaic theory involves collecting public, non-public and non-material information about a company to determine the underlying value of its securities and to enable the analyst to make recommendations to clients based on that information.
"Boom Bust Cycle" - generally refers to economic expansion or contraction. Bull and bear markets can extend over years or be embedded into a larger trend itself, in crypto typical timeframes of a bust phase vary and last from 6 months to 3 years and often depend on adoption of the technology itself or flow events.
ea77 14-Jan-19 11:05 AM
The lazy user model of solution selection (LUM) is a model in information systems proposed by Tétard and Collan that tries to explain how an individual selects a solution to fulfill a need from a set of possible solution alternatives. LUM expects that a solution is selected ...
ea77 15-Jan-19 11:48 AM
Gross Debt Definition "Gross debt" is the general amount of debt a government has. It does not factor in assets or any other aspects of financial debt; it is simply the amount of money a government owes to itself and/or to another country. As of the date of publication, the gross debt for the U.S. is about $14.3 trillion. See Resources for a real-time U.S. debt clock. "Net Debt" Definition Net debt subtracts financial assets a government holds from the gross debt amount. Therefore, net debt is usually less than the total gross debt. Common assets that are subtracted include the value of gold, debt securities, loans, insurance, pension and other account receivable items. In 2010, the net debt for the U.S. was about 65 percent of the gross debt, according to Economy Watch.
"redenomination" -
The official term for leaving the euro and installing an old currency is called “redenomination.” Such a conversion would almost certainly be less complicated than coordinating the adoption of the euro in 2002, but investors should still be wary of uncertainty.
ea77 02-Feb-19 02:41 PM
"hyperbolic discounting" -
The most important consequence of hyperbolic discounting is that it creates temporary preferences for small rewards that occur sooner over larger, later ones. Individuals using hyperbolic discounting reveal a strong tendency to make choices that are inconsistent over time – they make choices today that their future self would prefer not to have made, despite knowing the same information. This dynamic inconsistency happens because hyperbolas distort the relative value of options with a fixed difference in delays in proportion to how far the choice-maker is from those options
ea77 08-Feb-19 08:06 PM
The subjective theory of value is a theory of value which advances the idea that the value of a good is not determined by any inherent property of the good, nor by the amount of labor necessary to produce the good, but instead value is determined by the importance an acting i...
"Marginal utility" - Positive marginal utility is when the consumption of an additional item increases the total utility. Negative marginal utility is when the consumption of an additional item decreases the total utility.
Marginal utility is the additional satisfaction a consumer gains from consuming one more unit of a good or service.
Ludwig von Mises had earlier applied the concept of marginal utility to the value of money in his Theory of Money and Credit
The Austrian business cycle theory (ABCT) is an economic theory developed by the Austrian School of economics about how business cycles occur. The theory views business cycles as the consequence of excessive growth in bank credit due to artificially low interest rates set by ...