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Mr. Market’s Split Personality: Can Sector-Driven Factors Help?

Can Joel Greenblatt’s well-known Magic Formula help address Mr. Market's split personality?

Factor Investing in Micro and Small Caps

Does factor investing in micro- and small-cap stocks in the United States offer any additional alpha?

Top Five Articles from September: ESG, Mutual Fund Momentum, the US Economy

The ascent of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, plus Nicolas Rabener on mutual fund momentum chasing and liquid alternatives are among the leading posts from September.

Accelerated Share Repurchases (ASRs): Managing EPS?

Accelerated share repurchases (ASRs) account for a growing proportion of share buybacks. So what are they and how are they used? Ahmet C. Kurt, PhD, explains.

Franchise Quality Score: A Metric for Intangibles

Ever-increasing investments in intangible assets by firms are rendering old stock valuation models obsolete and demonstrate the need for new valuation frameworks. That's where the Franchise Quality Score comes in.

Top Five Articles from July: Private Equity, ESG, High Yield Today

Why do professional investors talk about behavioral finance more than they apply its insights? How do single stocks influence factor returns? The leading Enterprising Investor posts from last month address these questions and more.

The Myth of Volatility Drag (Part 2)

Should we banish "volatility drag" from our vocabularies?

Private Equity Funds: Leverage and Performance Evaluation

Leverage is pervasive in today’s private equity markets. Antonella Puca, CFA, CIPM, CPA, explores how private equity funds apply it and how investors should approach it.

Top Five Articles from June: Kahneman, India, the Kelly Criterion Reevaluated

Is loss aversion overstated? What fueled Portugal's recent economic recovery? These were among the topics covered in the leading Enterprising Investor posts from June.

You May Beat an Algorithm Today. What about Tomorrow?

Innovation has cumulative effects, and after more than 50 years of Moore's law and numerous other advances, algorithmic decision making fits too tightly into investment processes to be ignored.



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