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« Investir Sur Le Marche Inernational Des Actions A-T-Il Plus D'Effet Sur La Persistance De La Performance Des Fonds ? Illustration Britannique »

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  • Kamel Laaradh

    () (LEO - Laboratoire d'économie d'Orleans - UO - Université d'Orléans - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

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L'objectif de cet article est de tester si la diversification internationale des portefeuilles a un effet positif sur leur performance comme le soutient la théorie de finance moderne. Pour se faire, nous proposons d'étudier la persistance de la performance d'un ensemble d'échantillon des fonds de pension et des unit trusts britanniques investissant en actions internationales sur la période mars 1995 et février 2005. Nous utilisons des mesures inconditionnelles et conditionnelles (Ferson et Schadt (1996) et Christopherson, Ferson et Glassman (1998)) pour évaluer la performance des ces fonds. Pour l'analyse de la persistance de cette performance nous nous référons aux tests non-paramétriques. Globalement la majorité des fonds ont des performances instables, voir même réversibles pour quelques-uns, particulièrement à long terme et au début de période d'un horizon moyen. Néanmoins, Comparés entre eux, les fonds de pension et les unit trusts peuvent se concurrencer en termes de la stabilité de leur performance quand elle existe.

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  • Kamel Laaradh, 2007. "« Investir Sur Le Marche Inernational Des Actions A-T-Il Plus D'Effet Sur La Persistance De La Performance Des Fonds ? Illustration Britannique »," Post-Print halshs-00544930, HAL.
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