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|Title:||Compulsive trading among individual investors: A new analysis framework|
|Abstract:||This study explores whether retail investors trading in stocks might have something in common with compulsive gamblers. A booklet of questionnaires, including the South Oaks Gambling Screen (Lesieur & Blume, 1987) and a version adapted for stock market trading was completed by a sample of active investors, gamblers and a control group in Greece. Results suggest that retail trading in the stock market is addictive, exhibiting persistent levels of pathological addiction across bullish and bearish market periods (2000-2008).|
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