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Looking for some feedback for a research project

Discussion in 'Beginner's Lounge' started by knockturne, May 18, 2018.

  1. knockturne

    knockturne

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    Hey everyone,

    I'm currently doing some research on peoples views on the investing in the stockmarket at uni.

    If any of you 4 or so minutes to fill out a survey I've put together it would be greatly appreciated.

    https://goo.gl/forms/mu8i2OonXCH9AGvF2

    Feel free to hit me up if you have any feedback / questions.

    Thanks,
    Knockturne.
     
  2. Cam019

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    Done.
     
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  3. knockturne

    knockturne

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    Thankyou @Cam019!
     
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  4. Sdajii

    Sdajii Sdaji

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    Done.

    Keep in mind that by surveying people on an investment forum you are massively biasing your data relative to the results you would get if you surveyed random people. The feedback you get from this forum's members will be radically different from the overall population, and is absolutely not applicable to it. Depending on your objectives this may or may not be important.

    Good luck with your project :)
     
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  5. knockturne

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    Thanks @Sdajii!

    Appreciate you taking the time to take the survey!

    The survey has a few different routes you can go down depending on the initial few questions about your experience level. Different levels yield different journeys and different data sets, and they are kept seperate to allow for proper outcome analysis.

    But I do appreciate your feedback!! :)

    Cheers,
    KN
     
  6. Sdajii

    Sdajii Sdaji

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    That may be the case, but people who are on an investment forum are inherently more likely to be interested in investing than the average person, better at it, more positive about it, etc.

    You may or may not care, but your survey will give results not in any way representative of the average person. If you were to survey random Australians, you would obviously get far more people knowing little to nothing about it, being very negative about it, etc. You are biasing your results by looking for respondents here. You would get completely different data if you conducted this survey on the street or in a shopping centre (and you'd also get different results in different suburbs, times of day, etc).
     
  7. tech/a

    tech/a No Ordinary Duck

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    I smell a lead generator!
     
  8. knockturne

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    Not quite @tech/a, just doing at user centred problems at uni and I chose to the stockmarket as it's a problem I've had in the past (ie. I wasn't sure where to begin, trying to wrap my head around the jargon, didn't know what strategies to use etc). But thanks for your comment. KN
     
  9. tech/a

    tech/a No Ordinary Duck

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    Bit old for Uni?

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  10. knockturne

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    tech/a No Ordinary Duck

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    Thanks For the link.
    Explains it all as does the Questionnaire.
    All the best in your development what ever that maybe.
     
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