About this Research Topic
With the blooming of internet finance and 24-hour financial program trading, the financial markets - especially the worldwide financial indices, stocks, and currency markets - are more chaotic and fluctuating than before. Effective, reliable, and scientific financial prediction and trading systems are profoundly required. Quantum Finance and its underlying technologies, including quantum field theory, path integral, and quantum anharmonic oscillatory theory, have become one of the "hottest" topics in the fintech community. With the flourishing of AI technology in the past 20 years, various hybrid intelligent financial prediction systems, integrating neural networks, chaos theory, fuzzy logic, and genetic algorithms, have been proposed.
This Research Topic aims to collect the latest research works and applications of Quantum Finance and related theories and technologies. More importantly, it focuses on how such concepts and theories are applied to real-world financial markets, including Quantum Finance theory applications on options trading, financial prediction, quantum trading, and multi-agent-based intelligent trading systems, etc.
Potential subtopics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
· Quantum Finance Theory
· Quantum Price Modeling
· Quantum Financial Forecast
· Quantum Anharmonic Oscillator Model in Finance
· Quantum Brownian Motion Model in Finance
· Quantum Statistical Approach to Finance
· Path Integral Approach to Financial Modeling
· Quantum Computing in Finance: Risk Management, Hedging, Pricing
· Quantum Computing: Implementation and Simulation Technologies in Finance
· Quantum Trading
· Multi-agent-based Quantum Trading Systems
· Quantum Portfolio Investment Systems
Keywords: Quantum Finance, Quantum Finance Theory, Quantum Trading, Quantum Oscillators, Multiagent Trading, Quantum Option Trading
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