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    • An Evaluation Of The Performance Of Moving Average And Trading Volume Technical Indicators In The U.S. Equity Market 

      Krakosky, Bethany 1990- (2012-04-18)
      This paper examines the profitability of several simple technical trading rules by using the S&P 500 index. The purpose of this research is to test the assumption that markets are efficient and therefore do not allow for ...
    • An Explanation for Beta's Mean-reversion 

      Bodkin, Connor Matthew (2013-09-26)
      This study aims to improve upon the CAPM by showing that the beta risk value of a stock is mean reverting and this mean reverting tendency is caused by firms' growth. Ninety stocks categorized into three sets (small ...
    • Are Bitcoins Money? 

      Nadeau, Benjamin (2014-09-05)
      This paper is a primer on many topics related to the digital cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Bitcoins have been developed and advertised as a private digital money. We analyze this claim, generally to conclude that Bitcoins as ...
    • Multivariate Analysis Applied to the California Health Interview Survey 

      Ross, Aaron
      Objective: Identify if principle components analysis and multiple correspondence analysis are suitable dimension reduction techniques for the California Health Interview Survey. Identify which health risk behaviors, mental ...
    • Technological Innovations and the Labor Force: Does Job Polarization Lead to Wage Polarization? 

      Sanchez, Cesia Margarita (2016-02-11)
      Technological innovations have drastically increased labor productivity, but low labor force participation continues to exist, with labor force participation at its lowest rate since 1977. Our analysis draws from the job ...
    • Triangular Arbitrage with Bitcoin 

      Barker, James Andrew
      Bitcoins are bought and sold with most major currencies, and the resulting prices are ‘exchange rates’ of currencies per Bitcoin. The price of Bitcoins in national currencies have been quite volatile over the brief period ...