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The value of financial ratio analysis in predicting the failure of JSE listed companies
The objective of this study investigated the successful prediction of business failure of JSE listed companies using financial ratio analysis. During the research, financial statement data of failed and non-failed JSE ...
Effect of market anomalies on expected returns on the JSE: A cross-sector analysis
The efficient market hypothesis and behavioural finance have been the cause of much debate for decades, with one theory advocating market efficiency and the other opposing it. The efficient market hypothesis (EMH) assumes ...
Comparing different profit figures for the benefit of stakeholders
(North-West University, 2018)
In prior research accounting profit and taxable income is compared. This study was adopted to incorporate the main differences between accounting profit, taxable income and economic profit as well as the standards each ...
Modeling return volatility on the JSE sectors
(North-West University (South Africa). Vanderbijlpark Campus, 2019)
Modelling and forecasting volatility are essential functions in different fields of finance, particularly in the quantitative risk management departments of banks and insurance companies. Volatility within the stock market ...