6 edition of Aggregate dividend behavior and its implications for tests of stock market rationality found in the catalog.
|Statement||Terry A. Marsh, Robert C. Merton.|
|Series||Working paper / Alfred P. Sloan School of Management -- WP #1475-83, Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 1475-83.|
|Contributions||Merton, Robert C., Sloan School of Management.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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This paper tests the stock market rationality hypothesis, which implies that a stock price is determined. Working Paper | Aggregate Dividend Behavior and Its Implications for Tests of Stock Market Rationality. by Terry A. Marsh and Robert C. MertonCited by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Terry A.
Marsh and Robert C. Merton. Shiller concludes that, at least over the last century, dividends simply do not vary enough to rationally justify observed aggregate price movements.
Combining the results with Kleidon's 18 findings that stock price movements are strongly correlated with the following year's earnings changes suggests a clear pattern of overreaction.
Earnings variablility and variance bounds tests for the rationality of stock market prices aggregate. Standard. and Poor's term trends in stock prices. This model of managed dividends is. While the dividend history of a given stock plays a general role in its popularity, the declaration and payment of dividends also have a specific and predictable effect on market.
Part of the The New Palgrave book series (NPA) Abstract. A capital market is said to be efficient if it fully and correctly reflects all relevant information in determining security prices. Aggregate dividend behavior and its implications for tests of stock market rationality. Working Paper, Sloan School of Management, September.
Google. Research in experimental psychology suggests that, in violation of Bayes' rule, most people tend to "overreact" to unexpected and dramatic news events. This study of market efficiency investigates whether such behavior affects stock prices.
The empirical evidence, based on CRSP monthly return data, is consistent with the overreaction hypothesis. Downloadable. This paper presents estimates indicating that, for aggregate U.S.
stock market dataa long historical average of real earnings is a good predictor of the present value of future real dividends.
This is true even when the information contained in stock prices is taken into account. We estimate that for each year the optimal forecast of the present value of future real. Abstract. This paper reports empirical tests for the existence of rational bubbles in stock prices.
The analysis focuses on a familiar model that defines market fundamentals to be the expected present value of dividends, discounted at a constantrate, and defines a rational bubble to be a self-confirming divergence of stock prices from market fundamentals in response to extraneous variables.
If a stock has a low dividend payout ratio but it is generating high levels of free cash flow, it obviously has room to increase its dividend. Low capex and debt levels are also ideal. This paper presents estimates indicating that, for aggregate U.S.
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A "run test" on successive stock price changes which supports the EMH would show the actual number of runs falls into the range expected of a random series A trading rule which signals purchase of a stock if it rises X percent and sale of a stock if it falls X percent is known as a. Aggregate dividend behavior and its implications for tests of stock market rationality TA Marsh, RC Merton Cambridge, Mass.: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Malaysian capital market is an important emerging Asian market.
Stock market, which offers to sell, purchases or exchange of securities was the most active component of the capital market in Malaysia since the s (Butler, Dhillon, & Thiagarajah, ).In the modern context, the secondary exchange for stock market, i.e.
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