Finance

New research by Professor of Finance Hank Bessembinder shows that the slim odds of picking companies that will turn into big winners also apply to picking publicly traded stocks that will outperform U.S. Treasury bills in the long run.

Why do companies reject bids? That’s the question Thomas Bates, chair of the finance department, set out to answer with his co-author. 

Research by Professor of Finance Hendrik Bessembinder covered in The New York Times receives a response from Bloomberg

When analyzing publicly traded stocks that have yielded the highest returns since 1926, research by Professor of Finance Hendrik Bessembinder reveals a corporate giant of today at the forefront.

Professor of Finance Hendrik Bessembinder's research examines the 30 greatest wealth creators in the stock market from 1926 through 2016 — and the fledgling retail giant is one of them.