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The Rise of Social Sentiment and Payment for Order Flow: New Implications for Non-Fundamental Information in Financial Markets

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Ruß, David
Date of publication of this fulltext: 24 Jun 2022 08:09

Abstract (English)

The global boom in retail investing of 2020 and 2021 significantly fostered the role of non-fundamental information in financial markets and led to high popularity of social sentiment indicators (SSI) and payment for order flow (PFOF) among professional investors. This thesis derives new implications for non-fundamental information by exploring the impact of SSI and PFOF within the noisy rational ...


Translation of the abstract (German)

Der globale Kleinanleger-Boom der Jahre 2020 und 2021 beförderte deutlich die Rolle von nicht-fundamentaler Information auf Finanzmärkten und führte zu hoher Popularität von Social-Sentiment-Indikatoren (SSI) und Payment for order flow (PFOF) bei professionellen Investoren. Diese Dissertation liefert neue Implikationen für die Effekte von nicht-fundamentaler Information, indem die Auswirkungen ...


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