Risk Fluctuation Characteristics of Internet Finance: Combining Industry Characteristics with Ecological Value
Yadong Xiao and
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The Internet plays a key role in society and is vital to economic development. Due to the pressure of competition, most technology companies, including Internet finance companies, continue to explore new markets and new business. Funding subsidies and resource inputs have led to significant business income tendencies in financial statements. This tendency of business income is often manifested as part of the business loss or long-term unprofitability. We propose a risk change indicator (RFR) and compare the risk indicator of fourteen representative companies. This model combines extreme risk value with slope, and the combination method is simple and effective. The results of experiment show the potential of this model. The risk volatility of technology enterprises including Internet finance enterprises is highly cyclical, and the risk volatility of emerging Internet fintech companies is much higher than that of other technology companies.
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