Football Spreads, Runs and Market Efficiency

Kochman, Ladd; Goodwin, Randy
January 2002
American Business Review;Jan2002, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p59
Academic Journal
Investigates the implications of streaking football teams for market efficiency in Las Vegas, Nevada. Distinction between continuation and termination of a streak for the games; Use of mechanical betting rules to probe football market efficiency; Production of superior returns in the stock market.


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