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Published by INSEAD in Fontainbleau .
Written in English


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Statementby Rolf Banz and GabrielHawawini.
SeriesWorking papers / INSEAD -- no.87/07
ContributionsHawawini, Gabriel A.
The Physical Object
Pagination21p. ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13918644M

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A market anomaly is a price action that contradicts the expected behaviour of the stock market. Some financial anomalies appear only once and disappear, but others appear consistently throughout historical chart analysis. Traders and investors can use these unusual market behaviours to find opportunities throughout the stock market. Investment pioneer Len Zacks presents the latest academic research on how to beat the market using equity anomalies. 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. We o er a simple asset pricing model that goes a long way in explaining several CAPM anomalies, that is, patterns in cross-sectional equity risk premia that are not explained by the CAPM. We specify a 2-factor intertemporal CAPM (ICAPM), (Merton ()) in which the factors are the market equity premium and the \hedging" or intertemporal factor. It compares the book value of the company to the price of the stock – an inverse of the P/B ratio. The bigger the book-to-market ratio is, the more fundamentally cheap is the investigated company. Book-to-Market wasn‘t even considered as a market anomaly at the beginning of the century when Ben Graham famously popularized its use.

The efficient market hypothesis (EMH) maintains that all relevant information is fully and immediately reflected in stock prices and that investors will obtain an equilibrium rate of return. The EMH has far reaching implications for capital allocation, stock price prediction, and the effectiveness of specific trading strategies. Equity market anomalies reflect that the market is inefficient. In this paper, we investigate the relation between stock returns and β, size (ME), leverage, book-to-market equity ratio, and earnings–price ratio (E/P) in Hong Kong stock market using the Fama. Market to Book Equity Ratio. In addition to above mentioned anomalies following stock market have also been reported. More importantly observing the tick-by-tick stock price performance of. Fama And French () Find that two variables, market equity (ME) and the ratio of book equity to market equity (BE/ME) capture much of the cross‐section of average stock returns. If stocks are priced rationally, systematic differences in average returns are due to differences in risk. Thus, with rational pricing, size (ME, stock price times shares outstanding) and BE/ME must proxy for.