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Best Stock Return Anomaly Double Sorts?

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Are portfolios of U.S. stocks that are double-sorted to capture benefits of two complementary return anomalies attractive? In their July 2020 paper entitled "Interacting Anomalies", Karsten Müller and Simon Schmickler test all possible double-sorted portfolios across 102 stock return anomalies (10,302 double-sorts). They employ 5x5 double-sorts, first ranking stocks into fifths (quintiles) for one anomaly and then re-sorting each of these quintiles into fifths for the second anomaly. They focus on the four "corner" portfolios involving the extreme high and low quintiles for both anomalies. They evaluate average returns, Sharpe ratios and factor model alphas of both equal-weighted (EW) and value-weighted (VW) versions of these portfolios, emphasizing performance gains from anomaly interactions. They correct for multiple hypothesis testing (data snooping bias) using the Bonferroni correction. Using trading and accounting data for a broad sample of U.S. common stocks with annual (quarterly) accounting data lagged by six (four) months during 1970 through 2017, they find that:

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