“Why the value premium is not dead in Canada”

How is the enduring value premium in Canada related to the persistent rise in house prices? And how does it differ in countries such as the US and Greece? Find out in Dr. George Athanassakos’ latest article “Why the value premium is not dead in Canada”, published in The Globe and Mail (Report on Business), p. B8. The…

“The Value Premium is not Dead in Canada”

Dr. George Athanassakos had his paper, “The Value Premium is not Dead in Canada”, (co-authored with L. F. Ackert) published in the Journal of International Finance and Economics, Vol. 21, Issue 2, June, pp. 5-19. View more published papers

“What causes bubbles, and when will this current one burst?”

Are we in the middle of a market bubble, and are we closer to it bursting than we think? Dr. George Athanassakos answers this and more in his latest article “What causes bubbles, and when will this current one burst?”, published in The Globe and Mail (Report on Business), p. B8.  The article also appeared in Globe Investor Magazine Online,…

“Why this is the year to ‘sell in May and go away’”

Dr. George Athanassakos discusses why he believes we may have a strong “sell in May and go away effect” this year in his latest article “Why this is the year to ‘sell in May and go away’” published in Globe Investor Magazine Online.

“Gamesmanship and Seasonality in U.S. Stock Returns”

Dr. George Athanassakos had his paper “Gamesmanship and Seasonality in U.S. Stock Returns” (co-authored with L. F. Ackert) published in the Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol. 14, No. 5, pp 206-217. View more published papers

“Real estate’s dirty little secret: Inflated fees”

Besides low interest rates, demand-supply imbalances, speculators and foreign buyers, Dr. George Athanassakos and Scott Gryba think that another culprit in the current house price inflation and affordability crisis has escaped most pundits’ notice. They discuss this in their latest article, “Real estate’s dirty little secret: Inflated fees” published in The National Post (Financial Post), p. FP10. The article…

“There’s more pandemic-era punches to come for institutional investors”

Dr. George Athanassakos, an experts’ panel member at Benefits Canada, discusses the inflation predicament central banks must confront in his latest article, “There’s more pandemic-era punches to come for institutional investors”, published in the Canadian Investment Review (Benefits Canada).

“Enerflex at the head of the class for undervalued stocks”

Despite the pandemic-induced stock market panic and sell-off, Dr. George Athanassakos’ students proved that a diligent investor can always find undervalued stocks, in every market. Find out more about the top stock pick in his latest article “Enerflex at the head of the class for undervalued stocks” published in The Globe and Mail (Report on Business), p. B9. The…

“Why shorting is bad for your wealth and health”

Since stocks drift toward their intrinsic value, either from above or below, it is natural to ask: If value investors buy undervalued stocks, do they also short-sell overvalued stocks?  Dr. George Athanassakos answers this and more in his latest article “Why shorting is bad for your wealth and health” published in The Globe and Mail (Report on…

“Why Real Interest Rates and Inflation are on the Way Up”

It’s undoubtedly a contrarian viewpoint for many investors, but based on underlying trends, it’s Dr. George Athanassakos’ belief that higher interest rates are on the way. Find out why in his latest article “Why Real Interest Rates and Inflation are on the Way Up” published in The Globe and Mail (Report on Business) on January 07, 2021,…

We would like to thank Eurobank S.A. and Eurolife  FFH for their generous support that allowed the establishment of the Greek Centre for Value Investing and for supporting the centre’s activities.