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Behaviors and Characteristics of Top Stocks

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What are typical return behaviors and firm characteristics of the best-performing and worst-performing U.S. stocks at a 10-year horizon? In his July 2020 series of papers entitled "Extreme Stock Market Performers", Part I: Expect Some Drawdowns, Part II: Do Technology Stocks Dominate?, Part III: What are their Observable Characteristics? and Part IV: Can Observable Characteristics Forecast Outcomes?, Hendrik Bessembinder investigates returns and firm characteristics of stocks that generate the most and least total shareholder wealth (are the "best" and "worst" stocks) in each decade since 1950. Total shareholder wealth generation incorporates both cumulative return and market capitalization. Using monthly returns, market capitalizations and firm characteristics for U.S. stocks for each decade during 1950 through 2019, he finds that:

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