Söhnke Bartram, 11 January 2017

Anomalies have returns above risk factors. In this video, Söhnke Bartram discusses three reasons why anomalies exist, and their implications. This video was recorded at the Brevan Howard Center for Financial Analysis in December 2016.

Victoria Galsband, 16 October 2012

The value anomaly – higher average returns on value as opposed to growth stocks – is a robust phenomenon on equity markets around the world. This column argues that the exposure to downside market risk can explain why value stocks outperform their growth counterparts. The key is to distinguish between 'bad' and 'good' downside market shocks.

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