Irrational Pessimism

Hurley, Mark P.; Fuller, Tom
December 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2001, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p32
Academic Journal
Argues that saliency is a core source of value investing. Decline in stock market performance in the 18 months ended August 30, 2001; Statistics of stock market successes after disaster strikes.


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