Differences of Opinion Make a Horse Race

M. Harris, A. Raviv

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Abstract

A model of trading in speculative markets is based on differences of opinion among traders. Our purpose is to explain some of the empirical regularities that have been documented concerning the relationship between volume and price and the time-series properties of price and volume. We assume that traders share common prior beliefs and receive common information but differ in the way in which they interpret this information. Some results are that absolute price changes and volume are positively correlated, consecutive price changes exhibit negative serial correlation, and volume is positively autocorrelated.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)473-506
JournalRev. Financ. Stud.
Volume6
DOIs
StatePublished - 1993

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