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122 See Fama (1970), p. 384. 123 See Campbell/Lo/MacKinlay (1997), p. 24. 124 See Chalmers (2001), p. 53. 125 Comprehensive reviews of financial anomalies include Jensen (1978), Fama (1998) and Schwert (2003). 126 See Schwert (1983) for a detailed review of the early literature on the small-firm effect. 24 ratios earn positive abnormal returns. Similarly, Fama/French (1988) find that firms with a high dividend yield earn positive abnormal returns, and Fama/French (1992), using a US sample from the 1962 to 1989 period, find that shares with high book-tomarket (BTM) ratios have significantly higher returns than shares with low BTM ratios.

A financial anomaly is defined by Brav/Heaton (2002) as "a documented pattern of price behaviour that is inconsistent with the predictions of traditional efficient 112 Jensen (1978), p. 96. 113 Jensen (1978), p. 96. 114 Basu (2004), p. 346. 115 However, hedge fund investors do not seem to profit from this as most of the excess return is used for paying the incentive and administrative fees (see Ackermann/McEnally/Ravenscraft (1999), p. ) 116 Kuhn (1970), p. 52. 117 Kuhn (1970), p. 10. , price patterns not predicted by the EMH.

1~ According to Fama (1970), the expected price of security i, given a certain information set, is E(~i,t+l[*t )-- [l + E(~,t+ll*, )]* Pi,,, where E is the expectations operator, Pi,,+I is the price of security i at time t+ 1 (with the tilde indicating that this is a random variable at time t), @, is the information set which is fully reflected in the price at time t, ~,t+l is the percentage return for the security (again a random variable at t), and Pi,, is the price of security i at time t. The excess return zi,,+1, defined as the return above the equilibrium expected return, is Zi,t+l = F/,t+l-E("~ii,t+ll(~kt), 104 See Dimson/Mussavian (1998), p.

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