Showing 1 - 10 of 137 results for 'Trading'

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Trading Costs of Asset Pricing Anomalies

We examine the trading costs, net-of-cost returns and break-even fund sizes of equity strategies designed to capture several of the main asset pricing anomalies documented in the literature.

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Predatory Trading

Large traders fear a forced liquidation, especially if their need to liquidate is known by other traders.

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To Trade or Not to Trade? Informed Trading With Short-Term Signals for Long-Term Investors

One of the great frustrations in the asset management profession is to watch trading costs render useless a signal that predicts near-term returns beautifully.

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Dynamic Trading With Predictable Returns and Transactions Costs

Active investors and asset managers — such as hedge funds, mutual funds and proprietary traders — try to predict security returns and trade to profit from their predictions.

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How Index Trading Increases Market Vulnerability

Passively managed index funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have experienced accelerating growth in recent decades.

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Trading Patterns and Excess Comovement of Stock Returns

In April 2000, 30 stocks were replaced in the Nikkei 225 Index.

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Stock Market Anomalies: What Can We Learn From Repurchases and Insider Trading?

In this paper, we examine whether managers’ trading decisions (both at a firm and personal level) are correlated with trading strategies suggested by the operating accruals anomaly and the post-earnings announcement drift (also known as the standardized unexpected earnings, or SUE) anomaly.

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Robust Dynamic Asset Allocation With Model Misspecification

This paper derives the optimal dynamic trading strategy when the investor's model of alpha-decay is misspecified. This robust trading strategy can be computed easily by solving a standard linear quadratic Gaussian dynamic programming problem.


Michael Mendelson Examines High-Frequency Trading at II Event

AQR Principal Michael A.