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The IBD 100: Does It Really Beat “The Market”?
IBD 100 proclaims itself to be the number one investing strategy and that it has yielded far better returns since its inception than S&P500 during the same period. I examine the validity of these claims by analyzing the ...
An Applied Time Series Study of The Stock Market Boom & Crash of 1929
This endeavor is an effort to study the price dynamics of 26 publicly traded companies in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during the years 1926-1933 using data (monthly and daily) from the Wharton Research Data Service ...