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Financial Analysts Journal - Most Read Papers of 2019

Enjoy FREE ACCESS to the articles that have been the most influential throughout 2019. Free access available via this page only until 31st December 2019

ArticleIssue
Machine Learning for Stock Selection
Keywan Christian Rasekhschaffe & Robert C. Jones, CFA
Vol. 75, Issue 3
Long-Horizon Predictability: A Cautionary Tale
Jacob Boudoukh, Ronen Israel & Matthew Richardson
Vol. 75, Issue 1
Trusting Clients' Financial Risk Tolerance Survey Scores
Neil Hartnett, Paul Gerrans & Robert Faff
Vol. 75, Issue 2
Corporate Governance, ESG, and Stock Returns around the World
Mozaffar Khan
Vol. 75, Issue 4
The Revenge of the Stock Pickers
Hailey Lynch, Sébastien Page, CFA, Robert A. Panariello, CFA, James A. Tzitzouris Jr. & David Giroux, CFA
Vol. 75, Issue 2
What Is Quality?
Jason Hsu, Vitali Kalesnik & Engin Kose
Vol. 75, Issue 2
Transaction Costs of Factor-Investing Strategies
Feifei Li, Tzee-Man Chow, Alex Pickard, CFA & Yadwinder Garg, CFA
Vol. 75, Issue 2
Tax-Managed Factor Strategies
Lisa R. Goldberg, Pete Hand & Taotao Cai
Vol. 75, Issue 2
Buffett's Alpha
Andrea Frazzini, David Kabiller, CFA & Lasse Heje Pedersen
Vol. 75, Issue 1
The Returns to Private Debt: Primary Issuances vs. Secondary Acquisitions
Douglas Cumming, Grant Fleming & Zhangxin (Frank) Liu
Vol. 75, Issue 1

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