Ştefănescu, Viorica; MihăiŃă, Niculae; Şerban, Florentin; Dedu, Silvia
September 2009
Studii si Cercetari de Calcul Economic si Cibernetica Economica;2009, Vol. 43 Issue 3/4, p1
Academic Journal
In this paper, it is presented an original method for building a portfolio which can characterize the evolution of Bucharest Stock Exchange. We will use data concerning both fundamental analysis and technical analysis of shares in order to build the portfolio. We will present the principles used to construct the portfolio, we will describe the method of building the portfolio and we will study the evolution of the portfolio during a period of time. In fact, the method proposed in this paper represents an alternative of BET index, whose acquisition is quite expensive.


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