Does it pay to follow anomalies research? Machine learning approach with international evidence
Ondrej Tobek and
Journal of Financial Markets, 2021, vol. 56, issue C
We study out-of-sample returns on 153 anomalies in equities documented in the academic literature. We show that machine learning techniques that aggregate all the anomalies into one mispricing signal are profitable around the globe and survive on a liquid universe of stocks. We investigate the value of international evidence for selection of quantitative strategies that outperform out-of-sample. Past performance of quantitative strategies in regions other than the United States does not help to pick out-of-sample winning strategies in the U.S. Past evidence from the U.S., however, captures most of the return predictability outside the U.S.
Keywords: Anomalies; Machine learning; International finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G11 G12 G15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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