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The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies
Edited By: Len Zacks
Investing/ $75.00 USA
$ 90.00 CAN
ISBN No. 978-0-470-90590-6 Hardcover
The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies Gets Industry Praise:
"If you are seeking Alpha, there is no better single source than The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies." —BLAIR HULL, founder, Hull Trading Company
Engaging and informative, The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies organizes and summarizes research carried out by hundreds of finance and accounting professors over the last twenty years to identify and measure equity market inefficiencies, and provides the self-directed individual investor with a framework for incorporating the results of this research into their own endeavors.
Investment Pioneer Presents The Latest Research On How To Beat The market Using Equity Anomalies
Chicago, IL- October 25, 2011- The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies organizes and summarizes research carried out by hundreds of finance and accounting professors over the last twenty years to identify and measure equity market inefficiencies and provides self-directed individual investors with a framework for incorporating the results of this research into their own investment processes.
Edited by Len Zacks, CEO of Zacks Investment Research, and written by leading professors who have performed groundbreaking research on specific anomalies, this book succinctly summarizes the most important anomalies that savvy investors have used for decades to beat the market.
Some of the anomalies addressed include the accrual anomaly, net stock anomalies, fundamental anomalies, estimate revisions, changes in and levels of broker recommendations, earnings-per-share surprises, insider trading, price momentum and technical analysis, value and size anomalies, and several seasonal anomalies. This reliable resource also provides insights on how to best use the various anomalies in both market neutral and in long investor portfolios. A treasure trove of investment research and wisdom, the book will save you literally thousands of hours by distilling the essence of twenty years of academic research into eleven clear chapters and providing the framework and conviction to develop market-beating strategies.
By visiting the website associated with this book (hema.zacks.com) you'll find a page dedicated to each chapter as well as a live discussion group where the authors will periodically respond to posts from readers. The book's Bibliography is also housed on this site, so you can instantly explore more than 600 of the academic articles referred to throughout these pages.
About the Editor: Len Zacks, the founder of Zacks Investment Research, pioneered the concept of the earnings-per-share surprise in 1982 and developed the Zacks Rank, one of the first anomaly-based stock selection tools. Today, his firm provides investment software and investment data to all types of investors.
The Handbook of Equity Market Anomalies is published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. It may be purchased on Amazon by visiting http://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Equity-Market-Anomalies-Inefficiencies/dp/0470905905/.
Zacks Investment Research does not engage in investment banking, market making or asset management activities of any securities. Zacks Investment Research, Inc., developed the concept of the EPS Surprise and created the first quantitative model to predict stock prices based on patterns, estimate revisions and surprises, called the Zacks Rank.
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