Books

  • Applied Equity Analysis and Portfolio Management: Tools to Analyze and Manage Your Stock Portfolio. John Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ (2014).
Publications in Refereed Journals
  • The Performance and Risk of Banks in the U.S., Europe and Japan Post-Financial Crisis, forthcoming, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 13, No. 4 (2016) 75-93.
  • Analyzing Value Creation and Modeling Intrinsic Value: The Case of Amazon, Inc., forthcoming, Journal of Finance Case Research (2016).
  • A Tale of Two Banking Systems: The Performance of U.S. and European Commercial Banks in the 21st Century, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 12, No. 1 (2015), 146-162.
  • Dividend Policy Revisited, with H. Kent Baker, Managerial Finance 40 (2015).
  • Guest Editorial, Special Issue on Dividend Policy, with H. Kent Baker, Managerial Finance 40 (2015).
  • The Recovery of U.S. Commercial Banking: An Analysis of Revenues, Profits, Dividends, Capital and Value Creation, Banks and Bank Systems 8, No. 3 (2013), 73-85.
  • Relative Valuation at Bear Market Bottoms, with Robert Irons, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 9, no. 3 (2012), 42-53.
  • Could U.S. Stocks Be Fairly-Valued Under the "New Normal" Paradigm? Problems and Perspectives in Management 10, No. 4 (2012), 7-16.
  • The Financial Performance of U.S. Commerical Banks 2001-2010, with Robert Irons, Banks and Bank Systems 6, No. 3 (2011), 51-62.
  • Creating a Capital Budgeting Analysis Model in Excel — From Basic to Advanced Topics, with Jessica Collins and Robert Irons, Journal of Instructional Techniques in Finance (2011).
  • Hedge Fund Returns, Risk and Fees and Systematic Equity Factors, with Rosemary Walker, Regional Business Review (May 2011), 96-111.
  • The Cross-Sectional Dispersion of Stock Returns, Alpha, and the Information Ratio, with Larry R. Gorman and Steven G. Sapra, The Journal of Investing 19, No. 3 (Fall 2010), 113-127.
  • The Role of Cross-Sectional Dispersion in Active Portfolio Management, with Larry R. Gorman and Steven G. Sapra, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 7, No. 3 (2010), 58-68.
  • Cross-Sectional Differences in the Profits, Returns and Risk of Firms Initiating Dividends, with Neil Fargher, Managerial Finance 35, No. 6 (2009), 479-492.
  • Changing Perspectives on Payout Policy: The Evolution from Dividends to Share Repurchase, with H. Kent Baker, Managerial Finance 35, No. 6 (2009), 509-530.
  • The Incredible Shrinking Equity Premium: Investors' Greatest Cognitive Error, Problems and Perspectives in Management 7, No. 3 (2009), 4-14.
  • Equities' Heartbreaking Performance is Nothing New, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 6, No. 4 (2009), 233-235.
  • The Economics of Alternative Energy and Perspectives for a 21st Century Energy Policy, with James Haines and J.D. Kaad, Regional Business Review (May 2009), 36-53.
  • Compression and Expansion of the Market P/E Ratio — The Fed Model Explained, with Robert Irons, The Journal of Investing 17 (Spring 2008), 55-64.
  • When Does a Bonds-First Withdrawal Sequence Extend Portfolio Longevity? with Robert Irons, Journal of Financial Planning (November 2008), 66-77.
  • 130/30 Funds: The Evolution of Active Equity Investing, with Charlies Krusen and Florian Weber, Insititutional Investor Special Issue: Guide to 130/30 Strategies (2008), 176-185.
  • Testing Equity Portfolios for Alpha Bias: An Application for Student Investment Funds, with Larry R. Gorman, Journal of Economics and Finance Education 7, No. 2 (Winter 2008), 31-38.
  • The Business Case for Commitment to Diversity, with Stanley F. Slater and Thomas J. Zwirlein, Business Horizons 51 (2008), 201-209.
  • Analyzing the Effects of a Pure Capital Structure Change on the Value of a Firm, with Robert Irons, Journal of Finance Case Research (2008/2009), 63-71.
  • Measuring Alpha-Based Performance: Implications for Alpha-Focused Structured Products, with Larry R. Gorman, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 5, No. 2 (2008), 16-22.
  • An Analysis of Factors Affecting Ex-Dividend Day Stock Prices in Global Capital Markets, with J.T. Connelly, L. Gorman, and P. Limpaphayon, Problems and Perspectives in Management 6, No. 1 (2008), 77-92.
  • The Market P/E Ratio, Earnings Trends and Stock Return Forecasts, with Robert Irons, The Journal of Portfolio Management 33 (Summer 2007), 87-101.
  • Capital City Corporation: A Case Study in Financial Analysis and Forecasting for Shareholder Value Creation, with Robert Irons, Journal of Finance Case Research 9, Vol. 2 (2007), 73-77.
  • An Experiential Learning Exercise in Determining a Firm's Payout Policy, with Robert Hull and William Roach, Journal of Financial Education 33 (2007), 11-36.
  • Organizational Diversity, Profits and Returns in U.S. Firms, Problems and Perspectives in Management 5, No. 3 (2007), 63-77.
  • Does the Market P/E Ratio Revert Back to 'Average'? with Robert Irons, Investment Management and Financial Innovations 3, No. 3 (2006), 30-39.
  • Firm Performance and Corporate Bankruptcy: A Comparison of Voluntary and Involuntary Filings, with Jeffrey Donaldson, Journal of Business and Leadership 1 (2005), 12-22.
  • The Information Content of Dividend Resumptions, with Larry R. Gorman and Thomas J. Zwirlein, Studies in Economics and Finance 22 (2004), 70-99.
  • The Ex-Dividend Day Behavior of American Depository Receipts, with Larry R. Gorman and Arvind Mahajan, Journal of Multinational Financial Management 14 (2004), 1-18.
  • Stock Selection Based on Mutual Fund Holdings: Evidence from Large-Cap Funds, with Susan Belden and Thomas J. Zwirlein, Financial Services Review 13 (2004), 139-150.
  • Sources of Bank Interest Rate Risk, with Donald Fraser and Jeff Madura, The Financial Review 37 (2002), 351-368.
  • What Drives the Momentum in Mutual Fund Returns? with F. Larry Detzel, Journal of Performance Measurement 4 (2000), 39-49.
  • FDICIA and Bank Failure Contagion: Evidence from the two Failures of First City Bancorporation, with Donald Fraser and Babu Baradwaj, Journal of Economics and Finance 23 (1999), 99-111.
  • The Information Content of Dividend Initiations: Additional Evidence, with Edward A. Dyl, Financial Management 27 (1998), 27-35.
  • Changes in the Stock Price Reaction of Small Firms to Common Information, with Neil Fargher, Journal of Financial Research 21 (1998), 105-121.
  • The Generation of Stock Market Cycles, with Steven E. Bolten, The Financial Review 33 (1998), 77-83.
  • Explaining Persistence in Mutual Fund Performance, with Larry Detzel, Financial Services Review 7 (1998), 45-55.
  • Trading Volume and Firm Size: A Test of the Information Spillover Hypothesis, Review of Financial Economics 5 (1996), 47-58.

Articles, Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings

  • The Incredible Shrinking Equity Premium: Investors' Greatest Cognitive Error, Proceedings of the Mountain Plains Management Conference (2009).
  • Why Firms Begin Paying Dividends: Value, Growth, and Life Cycle Effects, with Neil Fargher, Dividends and Dividends and Dividend Policy, Blackwell Publishing: New Jersey (2009), 423-445.
  • Measuring Alpha Based Performance: Implications for Alpha Focused Structured Products, Proceedings of Investing in 130/30 Funds 2008, Santa Monica (2008).
  • Measuring Alpha Based Performance: Implications for Alpha Focused Structured Products, Proceedings of Portable Alpha 2007, London (2007).
  • Perspectives on 130/30 Funds, with Charles Krusen, Proceedings of 130/30 Funds London, (2007).
  • An Experiential Learning Exercise in Determining a Firm's Payout Policy, with Robert Hull and William Roach, Proceedings of the Midwest Finance Association (2006).
  • Changing Perspectives on Corporate Payout Policy: From Dividends to Share Repurchase, Financiële Studievereniging Rotterdam Forum 8 (2005), 6-10.
  • The Generation of Stock Market Cycles, in Stock Market Cycles: A Practical Explanation, with Steven E. Bolten, Quorum Books, Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT, (2000).

Robert A. Weigand, Ph.D., Washburn University School of Business

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