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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

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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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