From Bloomberg. By Stephen Gandel. Posted November 12, 2018, 7:56 AM MST.
Stephen Gandel with Bloomberg posted an interesting article last fall that took a look at private equity returns. Three professors from Brigham Young University and one from Ohio State University conducted a study that compared private equity returns with those generated by public equities to see if they were more attributable to skill or bull markets. The results are worth a look – click the link below to see the article.
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