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Realized Returns on Common Stock Investments: The Experience of Individual Investors

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  • Schlarbaum, Gary G
  • Lewellen, Wilbur G
  • Lease, Ronald C

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  • Schlarbaum, Gary G & Lewellen, Wilbur G & Lease, Ronald C, 1978. "Realized Returns on Common Stock Investments: The Experience of Individual Investors," The Journal of Business, University of Chicago Press, vol. 51(2), pages 299-325, April.
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