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Smart Beta and the Pendulum of Mispricing

Perspectives Content Submission

Tue, 17 Sep 2013

The Research Affiliates approach to equity investment management is based upon the insight that stock prices are “noisy” and “mean-reverting.” -  Noisy . Calling prices “noisy” means acknowledging that they contain errors. The market overvalues some stocks and undervalues others. Investors who buy

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