By |Published On: December 17th, 2018|Categories: Research Insights, Weekly Research Recap Videos|

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This week Ryan and I discuss two posts. First, we examine a guest post by Matthew Bartolini of State Street Global Advisors, discussing the underperformance of Value and its outlook for 2019. Second, we examine a guest post by Elisabetta on a recent JPM paper examining the effects that ETFs have had on Correlations, Liquidity, and Alpha Opportunities.

Paper Links:

  1. After a Lost Decade, Will Value Get its Grove Back in 2019?
  2. ETFs have NOT screwed up Correlations, Liquidity, and Alpha Opportunities
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About the Author: Jack Vogel, PhD

Jack Vogel, PhD
Jack Vogel, Ph.D., conducts research in empirical asset pricing and behavioral finance, and is a co-author of DIY FINANCIAL ADVISOR: A Simple Solution to Build and Protect Your Wealth. His dissertation investigates how behavioral biases affect the value anomaly. His academic background includes experience as an instructor and research assistant at Drexel University in both the Finance and Mathematics departments, as well as a Finance instructor at Villanova University. Dr. Vogel is currently a Managing Member of Alpha Architect, LLC, an SEC-Registered Investment Advisor, where he heads the research department and serves as the Chief Financial Officer. He has a PhD in Finance and a MS in Mathematics from Drexel University, and graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Mathematics and Education from The University of Scranton.

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