Proceedings of the 9th Joint International Conference on Information Sciences (JCIS-06)

Super-fair Platforms Widely Hidden in Multinational Securities Business

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Ruan Jishou 0, Jun He, Qi Dai
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Ruan Jishou
0Professor of mathematics, the interesting fields: Finance
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super-fair platform; odds; wave; independence; Alarming function
Abstract
A general phenomenon puzzles all investors is that on one hand, most individual investors believe they need to construct the portfolio consisting of 15 or more stocks to prevent risk because that large investment companies frequently get high returns is due to they obey the existing investment theory to make the portfolio consisting of more than 100 stocks, but the individual investors loss their wealth averagely. On the other hand, a few risk-likes bravely invest their total money on at most 3-4 securities with high “risk” and they get higher returns frequently. Fantastically, every single manager of these large investment companies only supervises 3-4 securities even though the whole portfolio consists of more than 100 securities. This phenomenon seems slightly against the existing investment theory, so we propose a new view, the super-fair platforms, to explain it. To answer the suspicion of the potential users, we prove that number of the super-fair platforms is big and the size of each super-fair platform is big enough so that any large investment company in this world can find a super-fair platform to fit his hopes. And we give an alarming function to hint the buying and shelling times so that the users can adjust their amount of securities for getting much higher returns.
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