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Market timers without timing skill suffer a penalty relative to buy‐and‐hold investors in the form of higher portfolio risk. With transactions costs, timers suffer lower expected returns as well. We derive the magnitude of this penalty for a timer randomly switching funds between two or more...
This paper investigates the association between financial analysts' risk perceptions and accounting and market determined risk measures in Hong Kong. Analyses from a survey of risk perceptions among analysts reveal that: (1) Accounting determined risk measures, together with a contextual...
This study is an attempt to construct and test a distress classification model for Korean companies. Utilizing a sample of 34 distressed firms from the recent 1990‐1993 period and a matched (by industry and year) sample of non‐failed firms, we observe the classification accuracy of two models....
Book Review in this Article PHILIP BROWN, Capital Markets‐Based Research in Accounting: An Introduction
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