It is claimed that returns-based style analysis can detect the presence of style bias and monitor the success of its remedy. My question is: couldn’t the holding-based analysis detect that bias also?
But a returns-based style analysis is often easier to do.
Ditto s200magician . Computers do it much faster.
Holding based analysis actually picks up style drift quicker than returns based
i know you probably meant that it’s faster to run a regression than go through regulatory filings but just to clarify
That’s what I meant, yes.
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