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The January Effect

The first month of the new year is almost over, and it’s time for the market anomaly of the month. Following the Santa Claus rally post, we now focus on the “January effect”: positive abnormal returns in January. 3 Reasons… Continue Reading →

Do Investors Profit from Prior Work Experience? Paper Accepted at Review of Financial Studies Provides an Answer

How does prior work experience affect investment choices? This question is crucial for our understanding of financial markets – especially the investment industry. We are proud to announce that the paper “The Investment Value of Mutual Fund Managers’ Experience outside… Continue Reading →

Go Boldly Where Institutional Investors Are – Measuring Institutional Investor Attention

How do you measure institutional investor attention? Aggregate attention is easier to capture. You can look at trading volume (which reflects the transactions of all investors) as an indirect measure. You can look at front-page articles in influential newspaper as… Continue Reading →

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