Intended for Financial Markets and Institutions, and Money and Capital Markets courses at the undergraduate level.
Sparked with wit and humor, this clever and insightful text provides clear evidence that the stock market is inefficient. In the author's view, important aspects of market behavior cannot be explained by models based on rational economic behavior. Would you be interested in a supplement that explores evidence that markets may be inefficient? If so, how might this affect investments decisions?
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Robert A. Haugen is Emeritus Professor of Finance at the University of California, Irvine. Professor Haugen has held endowed chairs at the University of Wisconsin, the University of Illinois, and the University of California. He is the author of more than 50 articles in the leading journals in finance and 13 books, including The Incredible January Effect, The New Finance, Beast on Wall Street, and Modern Investment Theory. He serves as Managing Partner to Haugen Custom Financial Systems, which licenses portfolio management software to 25 pension funds, endowments, and institutional and high-net-worth money managers. Visit Robert Haugen's Web site at: www.bobhaugen.com.
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