11 years of work unearths 1815-1925 returns on stock

Burr, Barry B.
June 2000
Pensions & Investments;6/26/2000, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p2
Reports on a study that collects individual stock prices for all New York Stock Exchange equities over the period 1815 to 1925, by a team from Yale University's School of Management in New Haven, Connecticut. Compilation of monthly prices for every stock; Data to open areas for more accurate research and analysis.


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