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FAJFonds d'Aide aux Jeunes (French: Fund to Help the Young)
FAJFinancial Analysts Journal
FAJFoyer d'Accueil de Jour (French: Day Foster Home)
FAJAir Fiji (ICAO code)
FAJFisheries Agency of Japan
FAJFederation of Arab Journalists (Cairo, Egypt)
FAJFlower Auction Japan (Tokyo, Japan)
FAJFloor Assembly Jig
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(2008), "Why Fundamental Indexation Might-Or Might Not Work," Financial Analysts Journal 64(1): 32-39.
16385, September 2010, and Financial Analysts Journal, 68 (6) (November 2012),pp.
1980, "Risk and Returns in Commodity Futures", Financial Analysts Journal, Vol.
Until the mid-1990s, journals classified in the second tier typically included the Financial Analysts Journal (FAJ), Financial Management (FM), the Financial Review (FR), the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance (JACF), the Journal of Banking and Finance (JBF), the Journal of Futures Markets (JFU), the Journal of Financial Research (JFR), and the Journal of Portfolio Management (JPM).
W., The stock valuation process: The analysts' view, Financial Analysts Journal (40(6) 1984)
Fractal Structure in the Capital Markets, Financial Analysts Journal July-August: 32-37.
The EVA Challenge: Implementing Value-Added Change in an Organization / EVA and Value-Based Management: A Practical Guide to Implementation, Financial Analysts Journal, 57(6), 106-108.
Solnik, 1993, "Lessons for International Asset Allocation," Financial Analysts Journal, 63-67.
Determinants of Portfolio Performance, Financial Analysts Journal 51(1): 133-138.
According to a study first published in Financial Analysts Journal in May, 1991, stock selection accounts for only 4.6 percent of investment returns, while market timing is responsible for only 1.8 percent.
Eling (2008; "Does the Measure Matter in the Mutual Fund Industry?," Financial Analysts Journal, 64 (3), 54-66), considering the 38,954 worldwide investment funds belonging to seven asset classes, showed that most of these funds belong to the group of ellipticals.
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