Why Did Stock Prices Fluctuate So Dramatically During The Internet Boom?

Accumyn’s Gustavo Grullon, along with fellow Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University professor, James P. Weston,  explore the many factors that drove the market-wide fluctuation during the high-tech industry boom in their article, “Why Did Stock Prices Fluctuate So Dramatically During The Internet Boom?” on November 9, 2016 as part of Rice University’s Business Wisdom website.

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downloadDr. Gustavo Grullon, an Affiliate Director at Accumyn Consulting, is a professor of finance at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business and an expert in several areas of corporate finance, including corporate investment, corporate financing, payout policy, business valuation, real options valuation, and mergers and acquisitions. He has provided consulting services to several Fortune 500 companies.

Dr. Grullon has done extensive research on how firms determine their payout policy and capital structure and how these decisions affect the value of the firm. Gustavo’s research has provided explanations to several interesting capital market anomalies, such as the closed-end fund discount, the tendency of investors to buy familiar stocks, and the apparent ability of managers to forecast future changes in stock prices and interest rates.

 

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