But a new analysis of these studies shows that many contained methodological inconsistencies and conflicting results. Later studies, using various techniques, claimed to have replicated this basic finding.
We refer to this phenomenon as beliefs-driven price association BPA.
This observation suggests, for example, that price-to-earnings associations and price volatility can vary over time even if a stable pattern of economic fundamentals suggests otherwise. The possibility of BPA suggests that measures of the cost of capital, information content, and growth prospects inferred from observed market prices will be confounded.
While we do not predict when periods of BPA will arise, we provide empirically testable predictions about how prices should behave during periods of BPA. In particular, we predict that, during sufficiently long periods of high positive or negative BPA, price volatility, price levels, and expected returns will be higher than would be implied by a fundamental valuation framework.
Finally, while BPA in the pricing of one security does not cause BPA in the pricing of other securities, the price levels of those other securities will be affected if the securities with BPA are sufficiently large relative to the market as a whole.
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