Equity factor investing is a strategy which chooses stocks on attributes that are associated with higher returns, e.g. past returns or the book-to-market ratio. Such strategies have been highly successful in both academic studies and in practice. Recently there has been a tremendous growth in factor investing, often called smart beta investing.
Why did factor investing yield superior returns and will it continue to do so? We will discuss recent findings in behavioral finance, a field of study that combines psychological theory with conventional economics to explore how human biases affect trading behavior.
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