Is the Equity Risk Premium Still Thriving, or a Thing of the Past?

Lord, Mimi
April 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2002, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p62
Academic Journal
Interviews Roger Ibbotson, finance professor at Yale School of Management, and Robert Arnott, managing partner of First Quadrant, regarding their views on issues concerning equity returns and risk premiums in the U.S. Rate of inflation and realized equity risk premium per year from 1926-2000; Model used by Ibbotson in analyzing equity returns and risk premiums; Difference between earnings growth and gross domestic product growth.


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