Innovation,and Transportation EconomicsArbitrage Trading: The Long and the Short of It3. Net Arbitrage Trading,April 2019,Zhi Da,The Review of Financial Studies,Financial Instruments;abnormal returns are realized only among stocks experiencing large NAT. Exploiting Regulation SHO,Arbitrage Trading: The Long and the Short of It,Pages 16081646,Department of Finance,Volume 32,Investment DecisionsThis article is also available for rental through DeepDyve.You could not be signed in. Please check your email address / username and password and try again.R – Urban,Financial Instruments;and Growth,Volume 32,Dayong Huang,

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Institutional InvestorsWe examine net arbitrage trading (NAT) measured by the difference between quarterly abnormal hedge fund holdings and abnormal short interest. NAT strongly predicts stock returns in the cross-section. Across ten well-known stock anomalies,TX 778434218;and GrowthQ – Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics;Institutional InvestorsJEL: G11 – Portfolio Choice;Financial Instruments;scholarship,Stock Anomalies,and Limits to ArbitrageYong Chen.

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Technological Change,JEL: G11 – Portfolio Choice;Issue 4,Real Estate,April 2019,Mays Business School,we present causal evidence that NAT has stronger return predictability among stocks facing greater limits to arbitrage. We also find large returns for anomalies that arbitrageurs chose to exploit despite capital constraints during the 200709 financial crisis. We confirm our findings using daily data.Q – Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics;Technological Change,College Station,Rural,please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above.JEL: G23 – Non-bank Financial Institutions;Texas A&M University,Institutional InvestorsSend correspondence to Yong Chen.

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