First Edition of the papers presented at the irst C.F.A. Seminar: Is Financial Analysis Useless?; Signed by Jack L. Treynor and William F. Sharpe

  • Is Financial Analysis Useless? The Proceedings of a Seminar on the Efficient Capital Market and Random Walk Hypothesis.

Is Financial Analysis Useless? The Proceedings of a Seminar on the Efficient Capital Market and Random Walk Hypothesis.

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Item Number: 96334

Charlottesville, Virginia: The Financial Analysts Research Foundation, 1975.

First edition of this proceedings issue consisting of the papers presented at the first C.F.A. Seminar, entitled Is Financial Analysis Useless? Octavo, original wrappers as issued, illustrated with graphs. Signed by Jack L. Treynor and William F. Sharpe on the title page. In near fine condition.

Held in Houston on May 20th, 1974, the first C.F.A. Seminar, entitled Is Financial Analysis Useless? offered an examination of the efficient market hypothesis and the random walk hypothesis. The seminar was sponsored jointly by The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts and The Financial Analysts Research Foundation with a central theme of the critical appraisal of the efficient market hypothesis (EMH).

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