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Overinvestment of Free Cash Flow

This paper focuses on using accounting information to better explain the relationship between free cash flow and overinvestment.

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Stock Market Anomalies: What Can We Learn From Repurchases and Insider Trading?

In this paper, we examine whether managers’ trading decisions (both at a firm and personal level) are correlated with trading strategies suggested by the operating accruals anomaly and the post-earnings announcement drift (also known as the standardized unexpected earnings, or SUE) anomaly.

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The Relation Between Corporate Financing Activities, Analysts’ Forecasts and Stock Returns

This paper looks at the negative relation between external financing activities and future stock returns.

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The Implications of Accounting Distortions and Growth for Accruals and Profitability

This paper examines alternative explanations for the differential persistence of the accrual and cash flow components of earnings.

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Style Investing in Fixed Income

A disciplined, systematic approach to over-/underweight securities based on well-known factors, or styles, such as value, momentum, carry and defensive, can offer alternative sources of outperformance not only within equities but also within fixed income markets.

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What Makes Stock Prices Move? Fundamentals vs. Investor Recognition

Behavioral finance research documents that investors are more likely to hold “attention grabbing” stocks —those of firms that currently have popular products and services, such as Apple and Pandora.

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Common Factors in Corporate Bond and Bond Fund Returns

This paper undertakes a comprehensive analysis of cross-sectional determinants of corporate bond excess returns. We find strong evidence of positive risk-adjusted returns to measures of carry, defensive, momentum and value.

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The Persistence and Pricing of the Cash Component of Earnings

In this paper, we provide a detailed investigation of the persistence and pricing of the cash component of earnings.

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Why Are Earnings Kinky? An Examination of the Earnings Management Explanation

An empirical regularity documented by Hayn (1995) is that there is a ‘‘kink’’ in the earnings distribution: too few firms report small losses and too many firms report small profits.

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Discretionary Disclosure: A Note

Much work has been devoted to studying optimal levels of discretionary corporate disclosures, a topic of particular interest since electronic communication has dramatically lowered the cost of sharing information once printed and mailed to each shareholder.