Technical trading rules and calendar anomalies -- Are they the same phenomena?
The predictive ability of technical trading rules and the presence of calendar anomalies are well known, but theoretically anomalous, features of equity markets. We show that while some rules exploit calendar effects they are primarily being driven by other factors.
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