Chun I Lee

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In some pathophysiological conditions, the first target of reactive oxygen intermediates is the vascular system. Superoxide anions, when generated in the vascular circulation, may then escape into the extracellular space via an anion channel and, following dismutation to hydrogen peroxide (H(2)O(2)), form hydroxyl radicals (HO(*)). In an attempt to(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t We analyze how gender and age, internal characteristics of retail futures traders—one that remains fixed while the other changes over a lifetime—and the security being traded and bull– bear market conditions, two external factors, are related to the disposition effect by separately tracking their trade-by-trade(More)
This paper examines the profitability and risk-taking behavior of individual traders in the Taiwan Futures Exchange (TAIFEX) by tracking their trade-by-trade transaction histories. We first show that although as a group individual traders have a net loss after all transaction costs, there are fairly profitable traders, accounting for about 1/3 of the(More)
We track the trade-by-trade transaction histories of futures traders over a period of 33 months and separately analyze their tendency to offset their positions to realize gains and losses on the Taiwan Futures Exchange (TAIFEX). We demonstrate that there exist great variations among the traders in the disposition effect. Specifically, we demonstrate how a(More)
The research on herding behavior in common stocks is extended to contracts traded on European futures markets. We use the Christie and Huang (1995) herding model to identify the possibility of the existence of herding behavior in thirteen commodity futures contracts traded on three European exchanges. The results support the conclusion that herding behavior(More)
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