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Preços Passados prevendo Desempenho de Ações Brasileiras

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  • Minardi, A., 2001. "Preços Passados prevendo Desempenho de Ações Brasileiras," Finance Lab Working Papers flwp_43, Finance Lab, Insper Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa.
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