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Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 8/22/22 – 8/26/22

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Survey of Seasonal Anomalies

In their February 2011 book chapter entitled “Seasonal Anomalies”, Constantine Dzhabarov and William Ziemba describe, update and assess several published U.S. stock market anomalies, most of which are directly or indirectly calendar-driven. They update using returns for stock index futures as a low-friction approach to exploiting calendar anomalies. They acknowledge the possible materiality of data… Keep Reading

Morning Momentum and Afternoon Reversal for Stock Returns

Do morning and afternoon stock returns convey different meanings due to gradual dissipation of information asymmetry among traders during the trading day (as the market digests overnight news)? In their August 2022 paper entitled “A Tale of One Day: Morning Momentum, Afternoon Reversal”, Haoyu Xu and Xiaoneng Zhu investigate differences in implications for reversal and… Keep Reading

Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 6/14/21 – 6/18/21

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Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 11/5/18 – 11/9/18

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Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 2/28/22 – 3/4/22

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Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 5/16/22 – 5/20/22

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Weekly Summary of Research Findings: 7/11/22 – 7/15/22

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Intraday and Intraweek VIX Behaviors

Does the S&P 500 implied volatility index (VIX) exhibit reliable intraday and day-of-week patterns? In their December 2016 paper entitled “The Intraday Properties of the VIX and the VXO”, Adrian Fernandez-Perez, Bart Frijns, Alireza Tourani-Rad and Robert Webb investigate daily and intraday properties of VIX and its predecessor, the S&P 100 implied volatility index (VXO). VIX maintains constant… Keep Reading

Avoiding Negative Stock Market Returns

Is there an exploitable way to predict when short-term stock market return will be negative? In his June 2018 paper entitled “Predictable Downturns”, Carter Davis tests a random forest regression-based forecasting model to predict next-day U.S. stock market downturns. He uses the value-weighted return of a portfolio of the 10 U.S. stocks with the largest market… Keep Reading