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FNCE 6655 Investment Theory and Portfolio Management: Welcome & Course Readings

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FNCE 6655 Course Readings

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Bello, Z., & DeRidder, J. J. (2011). The effects of portfolio concentration on investment performance of actively managed domestic equity mutual funds, 1990 to 2010. Global Journal of International Business Research, 4(4), 34-47.

Clark, K. (2015). Reaching for yield. Money, 44(1), 72-77.

De Sousa, R. D., & Howden, D. (2015). The efficient market conjecture. Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 18(4), 387-408.

Foo, J., & Witkowska, D. (2015). Mutual funds efficiency comparison between U.S. and Europe. International Journal of Business, Accounting, & Finance, 9(1), 1-12.

Giorgi, S., & Weber, K. (2015). Marks of distinction: Framing and audience appreciation in the context of investment advice. Administrative Science Quarterly, 60(2), 333-367.

Johnson, R. R., Jensen, G. R., & Garcia-Feijoo, L. (2016). The association between Federal Reserve policy and sector returns. Journal of Financial Service Professionals, 70(3), 83-88.

Kahn, R. N., & Lemmon, M. (2016). The asset manager's dilemma: How smart beta is disrupting the investment management industry. Financial Analysts Journal, 72(1), 15-20.

Lopatta, K., & Kaspereit, T. (2014). The world capital markets' perception of sustainability and the impact of the financial crisis. Journal of Business Ethics, 122(3), 475-500.

Maher, M., White, H., & Fry, P. (2011). Empirical problems using the efficient frontier to find optimal weights in asset classes. Journal of Accounting & Finance, 11(4), 47-62.

Nanigian, D. (2012). Advice on mutual fund selection. Journal of Financial Service Professionals, 66(5), 72-76.

Naseer, M., & Tariq, Y. b. (2015). The efficient market hypothesis: A critical review of the literature. IUP Journal of Financial Risk Management, 12(4), 48-63.

Profilet, K. A., & Bacon, F. W. (2013). Dividend policy and stock price volatility in the U.S. equity capital market. Journal of Business & Behavioral Sciences, 25(2), 63-72.

Shiller, R. J. (2013). Reflections on finance and the good society. American Economic Review, 103(3), 402-405.

Waggoner, J. (2016). Focus on stability, not yields. Money, 45(1), 78-84.

Other Readings

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