AFS 2011 Proceedings

(A1)  An Age-Based, Three Dimensional, Universal Distribution Model Incorporating  Sequence Risk

Larry R.  Frank, Better Financial Education

John B.  Mitchell, Central Michigan University

David M. Blanchett, Unified Trust Company, NA

 

(A2)  Asset Allocation,  Human Capital, and the Demand to Hold Life Insurance in Retirement

Patrick J.  Collins, Schultz Collins

Huy D. Lam, Schultz Collins

 

(A2)  Understanding the Shift in Demand for Cash Value Life Insurance

Barry Mulholland, Texas Tech  University

Michael S. Finke, Texas Tech  University

Sandra Huston, Texas Tech University

 

(A3)  Foreign Exchange Market  Movements:  A New Look

Syed A. Hyat,  Central Connecticut State University

 

(B2)  Defining and Measuring  Risk Capacity

Shawn Brayman, PlanPlus Inc.

 

(B3)  Foreign Exchange Effects and Share Prices

Arnold L.  Redman, The University of Tennessee at Martin

Nell S.  Gullett, The University of Tennessee at Martin

Ryan Stover, Ameriprise Financial

 

(B4)  The Influence of Gender and Race on the Social Security Early Retirement  Decision for Single Individuals

Diane Scott  Docking, Northern Illinois University

Richard  Fortin, New Mexico State University

Stuart Michelson, Stetson University

 

(C3)  Which Small Business  Owner-Manager Households are Financially Vulnerable?

HoJun Ji, The  Ohio State University

Sherman D. Hanna, The Ohio State University

 

(D1)  Do Two Negatives  Make Good News or Worse News? Extending Textual Analysis of Corporate  Disclosures beyond Counting Words

Miranda Lam,  Salem State University

Jim Morriss, Black Dog Research

 

(D2)  Risks and Opportunities of Inverse ETFs for Long Term Investors

James A.  DiLellio, Pepperdine University

Darrol J.  Stanley, Pepperdine University

Rick Hesse, Pepperdine University

 

(D4)  How Mad is Mad Money: Jim Cramer as a Stock Picker and Portfolio Manager

Paul J.  Bolster, Northeastern University

Emery A.  Trahan, Northeastern University

Anand Venkateswaran, Northeastern University

 

(D4)  Consumer Optimism and Saving Behavior

Han Na Lim,  The Ohio State University

Sherman D. Hanna, The Ohio State University

 

(D5)  Long-Run  Returns for Retirement Portfolios: New Evidence

Charles  Rayhorn, Northern Michigan University

Kenneth  Janson, Northern Michigan University

 

(D5)  Which Retirement  Investment Vehicle Generates the Greatest Return?

John Aulerich, West Liberty University

 

(E1)  Re-Examination  of Exchange Rate Determinants using Non-Parity Factors

Catherine S.  F. Ho, University of Technology MARA

M. Ariff, Bond University

 

(E1)  Focusing on  Communication:  CEO Letters of Securities Brokerage Firms in Times of  Financial Market Distress

Lorene Hiris, Long Island University

Gina Poncini, University of Milan

 

(E3)  Factors Associated with Ownership in Small Business Retirement Plans

Hyrum L.  Smith, Virginia Tech

Lukas R.  Dean, William Paterson University

Jacob P. Sybrowsky, Utah Valley University

 

(F1)  Efficiency  Measurement and Determinants of Indonesia Bank Efficiency

Viverita,  Bond University

Mohamed Ariff, Bond University

 

(F2)  The Relation  between Internet Use and Financial Planner Use for Savings and Investment  Decisions

Jiyeon Son,  The Ohio State University

Sherman D. Hanna, The Ohio State University

 

(G1)  Financial Planning  Unique with a Faith Based Initiative

Flora Williams, Purdue University

 

(G3)  Universal  Life Insurance Duration Measures

Peter Alonzi,  Dominican University

David R  Lange, Auburn University Montgomery

Betty J.  Simkins,  Oklahoma State University

 

(G3)  The Determinants  of Planned Retirement Age

Lishu Zhang,  Ohio State University

Sherman D. Hanna, Ohio State University

 

(H2)  Ethnicity and  Retirement Wealth

Michael J.  Naylor,  Massey University

Fialupe Lotoala, Massey University