Odd lot theory
Odd lot theoryThe theory that profits can be made by making trades contrary to odd-lot trading patterns, since odd-lot investors have poor timing. This theory is no longer popular.
Odd lot theory
Complexity TheoryComplexity Theory
The theory that processes with a large number of seemingly independent agents can spontaneously organize themselves into a coherent system.
Short interest theoryShort interest theory
The theory that a large interest in short positions in stocks will precede a rise in the market prices, because the short positions must eventually be covered by purchases of the stock.
Elliott Wave TheoryElliott Wave Theory
Technical market timing strategy that predicts price movements on the basis of historical price wave patterns and their underlying psychological motives. Robert Prechter is a famous Elliott Wave theorist.
Portfolio theoryPortfolio theory
See: Modern portfolio theory.
Dependency TheoryDependency Theory
The theory the less developed countries are poor because they allow themselves to be exploited by the developed countries through international trade and investment.
Further SuggestionsGame theory
Preferred habitat theory
Expectations theory of forward exchange rates
Efficient markets theory(EMT)
Purchasing power parity theory
Modern portfolio theory
capital market theory
Labor theory of value
Normal backwardation theory
Theory of second best
Greater fool theory
Dow dividend theory
Presidential election cycle theory
New Trade Theory
Product cycle theory
Local expectations theory
efficient market theory