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Modelo De Tres Factores En España

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  • Fernando Rubio

    (FERNCAPITAL S.A.)

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El objetivo del estudio es identificar y aplicar el modelo de tres factores desarrollado por Fama y French. Se aplica, desde una perspectiva de serie temporal, para el mercado accionario español en el período de operación del mercado continuo, esto es, enero de 1990 a octubre de 1999. Los resultados permiten corroborar que, en su conjunto, el modelo modificado de tres factores de Fama y French (1993, 1994, 1995 y 1996) es capaz de explicar una gran porción de la varianza (84% en promedio y como mínimo el 68%) de los retornos promedios de las diferentes carteras que han sido creadas usando uno o dos criterios de ordenamiento de la base de datos. Además, esta bondad de ajuste es altamente significativa, ya que su varianza es mínima.

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  • Fernando Rubio, 2005. "Modelo De Tres Factores En España," Finance 0501001, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpfi:0501001
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    Keywords

    Spain; Fama; French; España; portfolios; acciones; carteras; patrimonio bursátil; razón patrimonio contable a patrimonio bursátil.;

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