An academic review of prediction markets and ExtZy written by UCL graduate Xueyi Jiang. Xueyi has performed a detailed analysis looking at how players' past trading patterns have correlated to major world events and whether or ExtZy has proved to be predictive. Xueyi has also contributed new code to the Extzy project as part of her dissertation.
An academic review of prediction markets written by LSE graduate Evan Castles. Evan used Z/Yen and ExtZy as his primary case study for the dissertation - take a look and read up on how prediction markets work, key elements, and learn more about the development of ExtZy!
ExtZy is a type of 'prediction market' - read more about them here on Wikipedia.
An interesting article from investopedia on the merits of P/E ratios.
We are keen to motivate our traders to be more participative and 'aggressive'. ExtZy players can now have ‘negative dividends’, i.e. losses, on their holdings, so they should trade more frequently.
ExtZy is a set of prediction markets which Z/Yen run and fund in order to learn about markets.