THE COMMON-STOCK-PORTFOLIO PERFORMANCE RECORD OF INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS: 1964–70

Authors

  • Gary G. Schlarbaum,

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    • The authors are, respectively: Associate Professor of Management at Purdue University; Professor of Management at Purdue and Senior Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research; and Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Utah. The research reported herein has benefited from financial support from the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Investment Company Institute, the Purdue Research Foundation, and the College of Business of the University of Utah. Special thanks are due as well to William Elbring of Purdue for his significant contributions to the associated computer programming and data analysis effort. Responsibility for the findings, of course, is the authors'. While the investigation comprises a portion of the NBER's program of research on Business Taxation and Finance, the findings have not undergone the full critical review procedures of the NBER and therefore should not be regarded as an official NBER publication.
  • Wilbur G. Lewellen,

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    • The authors are, respectively: Associate Professor of Management at Purdue University; Professor of Management at Purdue and Senior Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research; and Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Utah. The research reported herein has benefited from financial support from the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Investment Company Institute, the Purdue Research Foundation, and the College of Business of the University of Utah. Special thanks are due as well to William Elbring of Purdue for his significant contributions to the associated computer programming and data analysis effort. Responsibility for the findings, of course, is the authors'. While the investigation comprises a portion of the NBER's program of research on Business Taxation and Finance, the findings have not undergone the full critical review procedures of the NBER and therefore should not be regarded as an official NBER publication.
  • Ronald C. Lease

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    • The authors are, respectively: Associate Professor of Management at Purdue University; Professor of Management at Purdue and Senior Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research; and Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Utah. The research reported herein has benefited from financial support from the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Investment Company Institute, the Purdue Research Foundation, and the College of Business of the University of Utah. Special thanks are due as well to William Elbring of Purdue for his significant contributions to the associated computer programming and data analysis effort. Responsibility for the findings, of course, is the authors'. While the investigation comprises a portion of the NBER's program of research on Business Taxation and Finance, the findings have not undergone the full critical review procedures of the NBER and therefore should not be regarded as an official NBER publication.

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