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Does overconfidence always matter for asset prices?

Weixing Wu and Yongxiang Wang

Applied Economics Letters, 2009, vol. 16, issue 8, 827-830

Abstract: Research in behaviour finance has provided seemingly persuasive evidences that overconfidence affects asset prices. We provide a model with model uncertainty and overconfidence in which overconfidence could have no effect on asset prices.

Date: 2009
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