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In practise ... the new Stanford Theory

Thursday, May 07, 2009
"One should not underestimate the value of investability.".

A SQUARE :: 07May09 In practise ... the new Stanford Theory
Category ETFs
Faculty Daniel Leveau
Expertise ETFs
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
"A key finding of this research: the performance of individual stock markets (countries and sectors) is driven mainly by medium-term bull and bear market cycles that reflect differing levels of investor optimism and pessimism regarding future returns. These cycles overlay the effects of corporate earnings results and short-term market fluctuations, and have significant explanatory power for stock market returns."
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