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If you believe Fama's theory, then all you need to do is look at a company's financials and the accompanying ratios to determine the 'fair market value.' You can determine if a stock price is too high or too low and know that it will quickly snap back to 'fair value.'
De igual manera, senala el tambien investigador del Centro de Estudios Genealogicos para la Investigacion de la Cultura en Mexico y America Latina (CEGE), la fama tiene que ver con la lucha contra la monstruosidad, es decir, la manera como el heroe enfrenta las tareas que le permiten garantizar la construccion de ese honor.
Warhol prefigura el tiempo de Trump: famosos que son famosos porque son famosos; famosos convencidos de que su fama les otorga permiso para satisfacer cualquier capricho.
FAMA, which in 2015 entered an agreement with Shipyard Famagusta, operating at the port of Famagusta in Cyprus's Turkish occupied area, will maintain the agreement with its Turkish Cypriot partners, Tziortzis said.
Fama is a seer, a poet who sees the openness of reality and the 'more' that life has to offer simply by keeping in touch with the reality of her body and her senses and letting them speak.
This behavior is manifest in Fama's injunction against pledging to do something later that one is unwilling to do now--you'll probably be busy later too and regret the pledge; his resistance to deadlines--you should determine your own priorities; and the speed with which he offers feedback to students and colleagues:
La loa introductoria de la pieza esta constituida por cuatro escenas de caracter espectacular y laudatorio, cuyos protagonistas son cuatro personajes alegoricos (Fama, Envidia, Poesia, Musica) ademas de Frixo, Doriclea y el dios Marte.
The promise and the uncertainty of fama convey the challenge finding out what a work of fiction tells us.
My co-authors and I evaluate the empirical power of the WACC equation using factor regressions, a standard technique in empirical finance that relates the return on a security to the contemporaneous returns on a number of "factors." In one of the most widely cited applications of such factor models, Eugene Fama and Kenneth French specify three factors: the excess return on the overall stock market (the market factor), the return spread between small and large stocks, and the return spread (the value factor, denoted HML) between value stocks (with high book value of equity relative to the market value of equity) and growth stocks (with low book value of equity relative to the market value of equity).
US trio Lars Peter Hansen, Eugene Fama and Robert Shiller won the Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for groundbreaking work on spotting trends in markets, the jury said.
AMERICANS Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller have won the Nobel prize for economics for developing methods to study asset markets trends.
STOCKHOLM (CyHAN)- US trio Lars Peter Hansen, Eugene Fama and Robert Shiller won the Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for groundbreaking work on spotting trends in asset markets, the jury said.