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Evolucion De Las Estrategias De Inversion En Acciones (Borrador)


  • Fernando Rubio



El presente documento de trabajo, muestra la evolucion historica reportada de las estrategias de inversion en acciones, principalmente en el mercado de USA, por lejos el mas importante del mundo. Tambien, se muestra investigacion en España. Se distinguen tres etapas: la inicial, correspondiente al establecimiento de la teoria del camino aleatorio; la correspondiente al desarrollo del CAPM y APT; y, la actual, correspondiente a las anomalias del CAPM, la cual incluye el estudio del behavioural finance. Nota: se indica mas informacion bibliografica que la reportada.

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  • Fernando Rubio, 2005. "Evolucion De Las Estrategias De Inversion En Acciones (Borrador)," Finance 0503027, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpfi:0503027
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    estrategias de inversion; CAPM; APT; behavioural finance; España; USA; acciones.;

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    • G - Financial Economics


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