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姓名 陳宗佑(Tsung-Yu Chen)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 財務金融學系
論文名稱 無母數動能策略
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摘要(中) 本研究利用股票過去日報酬排名或股票日報酬出現正負符號次數的資訊, 提出無無母數動能策略(也就是買入過去報酬平均排名(或報酬出現正符號的次數)高的股
票並同時放空報酬平均排名(或報酬出現負符號的次數) 低的股票), 並探討其獲利性與其背後之成因。研究結果顯示, 此類策略在未來一年有持續而顯著的獲利性, 也無法被現有的資產定價模型所解釋。無母數動能策略的獲利性高於Jegadeesh andTitman (1993) 所提出的價格動能策略以及George and Hwang (2004) 所提出的52 週高價動能策略。本研究認為, 無母數統計量捕捉股票價格中容易被投資人所忽略的「非凸顯」訊息。進一步探究顯示, 無母數動能策略的獲利性的確會隨著樣本股票具有較凸顯特徵與較低套利風險而有較弱的持續性; 而投資人情緒的變動對無母數動能策略獲利性的預測亦有顯著的影響。
摘要(英) Statistic measures such as rank and sign of daily returns reflect the non-salient information embedded in stock prices ignored by investors. Momentum strategies formed by buying stocks with high average ranks (or signs) and shorting those with low average ranks (or signs) thus are pofitable over a year following formation. The profits annot be explained by well-known asset-pricing models, and re stronger than the price momentum proposed by Jegadeesh and Titman (1993) and the 52-week high momentum proposed by George and Hwang (2004). Further analysis reversals that the rank and sign momentum profits are weaker among stocks with higher salient features, are stronger among stocks that are subject to higher arbitrage risk, and exhibit patterns related to fluctuation in investor sentiment.
關鍵字(中) ★ 排名
★ 符號
★ 動能
關鍵字(英) ★ Rank
★ Sign
★ Momentum
論文目次 Contents
1 Introduction 1
2 Data and Methodology 10
3 Fama-MacBeth cross-sectional regressions 17
3.1 Performance of the rank momentum strategy 17
3.2 Price momentum, 52-week high momentum, and rank momentum strategies 21
3.3 Can rank momentum profits be explained by risk? 24
3.4 Why does price momentum disappear? 27
4 Sources of rank momentum profits: Tests of behavioral hypotheses 31
4.1 The salience theory 32
4.2 The limits-of-arbitrage hypothesis 36
4.3 The investor sentiment hypothesis 40
5 Sign momentum strategies 44
6 Conclusion 47
References 49
List of Tables
1 Future returns, statistics and characteristics of rank quintile portfolios 55
2 Persistence of rank momentum profits based on cross-sectional regressions 57
3 Persistence of profits from price momentum, 52-week high, and rank trading strategies 58
4 Persistence of profits from price momentum, 52-week high, and rank trading strategies under risk adjustments 59
5 Correlations between price momentum, 52-week high, and rank measures 61
6 Proportion of overlap between price momentum meausre and
combination of rank and 52-week high meaures in price momentum meausre 62
7 Persistence of rank momentum profits conditional on salience 63
8 Correlations between rank and proxies of arbitrage risk 65
9 Persistence of rank momentum profits conditional on arbitrage risk 66
10 Rank momentum profits and investor sentiment 67
11 Persistence of profits from price momentum, 52-week high, and sign momentum strategies 68
List of Figures
1 Cumulative monthly returns on price momentum, 52-week high, and rank strategies 70
2 Cumulative monthly returns on price momentum, common, and
residual strategies 71
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