AFS 2019 Proceedings

A1 An Empirical Analysis of the S&P 500 Sector Dogs Trading Strategy
Brett Cotten, Columbus State University
Autumn Wilson, Columbus State University
Alan Tidwell, University of Alabama

A1 The Historical Record on Active vs. Passive Mutual Fund Performance
David Nanigian, California State University, Fullerton

A2 Can student debt lead to bankruptcy?
Thomas C. O'Malley, United States Air Force Academy
Brian C. Payne, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

B3 Slow and Steady Wins the Race: The Impact of Chasing Returns on Quartile Rankings
Rama Malladi, California State University Dominguez Hills
Jennifer Brodmann, California State University Dominguez Hills

B3 Financial Elder Abuse: A (Dis)confirmatory Analysis
Steven Lee, The American College of Financial Services

F3 Perceived versus Actual Investor Sophistication; A Behavioral Study
Stuart Michelson, Stetson University

F3 Modern Portfolio Theory and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis: How Well Did They Serve Canada’s Baby-boom Generation?
Jim Fischer, Mount Royal University

G1 Fundamental Analysis versus Technical Analysis: Which Matters More?
Leon Li, University of Waikato

H3 Radicalization of Financial Literacy
Steven T. Syrmopoulos, Northern Arizona University
Angela E. Roe, Office of Economic Education Ambassador

H3 The Financial Behavior of Leisure Vehicle Owners
Andrew Scott, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Stuart Heckman, Kansas State University

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