Studies on a Property Oriented Pandemic Surviving Trading Model

The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the global economy. COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus, had a terrible effect on commodity prices, as well as foreign exchange (Forex) trading systems and currency pairs across nations, causing businesses to collapse and the economy to shut down. It was also accompanied by a huge loss of wealth for stock and forex investors due to the failure of various stock and forex software systems and strategies that were created without considering the extreme volatility of market values caused by the coronavirus pandemic. This study looks at and analyses the performance of a few Forex systems during the pandemic. It examines failed and successful systems over the course of the epidemic and proposes a pandemic survival trading model to address the problem of unforeseen disasters such as the pandemic affecting trading systems. The system examines the characteristics and data of failed and successful systems, then merges the best elements into the suggested model to produce a model that is more likely to withstand a future pandemic.

The findings show that systems built utilising the property-oriented pandemic surviving trade model made much more profit than present systems during the

Author (S) Details

D. A. Oyemade
Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun. Delta State, Nigeria.
A. A. Ojugo
Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun. Delta State, Nigeria.

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