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LITERATURE REVIEW OF STOCK MARKET
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But should advisors do the same? In attempt to answer this question, I looked at dozens of studies from academic literature and industry research experts, making sure to review its position on the topic. I reviewed the findings from studies dating back to , and in summarizing them I matched them to one of three categories:. I limited my analysis to academic studies that appeared in SSRN and excluded those that were published by asset managers or others in the investment industry since those are likely to favor the investment strategy of the company sponsoring the research.
Book Review: Equity Smart Beta and Factor Investing for Practitioners
Heaney, and Stephen C. Platt, CFA. For many years, the investment profession has debated the merits of passive and active investing. On the one hand, proponents of passive investing have invoked the concept of efficient markets, as well as the cost savings and greater transparency that arise from investing in index funds.