Supply-Side Portfolio Strategies

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This is a compilation of research papers written by portfolio strategists to illustrate the investment portfolio applications of supply-side economics. Each chapter identifies a particular portfolio strategy and examines its historical record. The issues explored include investing in small company stocks, investing in real estate, the effect of protectionist policies on the stock market, and the state competitive enivronment. The book has been compiled for investors, investment ...

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Overview

This is a compilation of research papers written by portfolio strategists to illustrate the investment portfolio applications of supply-side economics. Each chapter identifies a particular portfolio strategy and examines its historical record. The issues explored include investing in small company stocks, investing in real estate, the effect of protectionist policies on the stock market, and the state competitive enivronment. The book has been compiled for investors, investment managers, and financial analysts. AAII Journal

A timely and innovative resource for investors, investment managers, financial analysts, and portfolio strategists, Supply-Side Portfolio Strategies highlights the significance of incentive economics and its investment applications in today's volatile and uncertain economic climate. Each chapter identifies a particular portfolio strategy, and examines its historical record. Among the issues explored are investing in small company stocks, investing in real estate, the effect of protectionist policies on the stock market, the state competitive environment, and the CATS approach to portfolio selection. Numerous tables and figures amplify points made in the text.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780899302867
  • Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/20/1988
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

VICTOR A. CANTO is President of A.B. Laffer Associates, an economic research and financial consulting firm.

ARTHUR B. LAFFER is Founder and Chairman of A.B. Laffer Associates.

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Table of Contents

Inroduction by Victor A. Canto and Arthur B. Laffer

Are Small Cap Stocks Still Alive? by Truman A. Clark and Arthur B. Laffer

The Impact of Tax Reform on Income-Producing Real Estate by Truman A. Clark and Arthur B. Laffer

The Case for a 400-Basis-Point Plunge in Interest Rates by David F. England and Arthur B. Laffer

Protectionism and the Stock Market: The Determinants and Consequences of Trade Restrictions on the U.S. Economy by Victor A. Canto, J. Kimball Dietrich, Adish Jain and Vishwa Mudaliar

The State Competitive Environment: 1986-1987 Update by Victor A. Canto and Arthur B. Laffer

The Fat CATS Portfolio Strategy by Victor A. Canto and Arthur B. Laffer

Exchange Rate Changes and the Stock Market: The Ps and Qs Meet the CATS by Victor A. Canto

Conclusion: Supply-Side Portfolio Strategies by Victor A. Canto and Arthur B. Laffer

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