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Dr. Dale L. Domian is a Professor of Finance in the School of Administrative Studies at York University. Dr. Domian’s research interests include investments and financial planning, with 26 articles in refereed academic journals and another 42 publications which are mainly conference proceedings and abstracts.

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Dale is Associate Editor of Financial Services Review, the leading academic journal in personal financial planning. An avid investor for the past 35 years, he currently owns shares in about 200 Canadian and US corporations. Dr. Domian received his B.A. in Economics, Mathematics, and Music from the University of Wisconsin, and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1987.

Degrees

PhD, University of Minnesota
BA, University of Wisconsin
CFA, CFP,

Research Interests

Business , Financial and Monetary Systems, Finance

Current Research Projects


    See more
    Funders:
    ATK Fellowship
Books

Publication
Year

Canadian co-author (with David J. Fowler) of Investments, Third Canadian edition, U.S. authors William F. Sharpe, Gordon J. Alexander, and Jeffery V. Bailey, 936 pages, Prentice Hall Canada, 2000. Also co-author of Instructor’s Manual, 250 pages.

2000

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Dale L. Domian, Book review of “Wealth Management” by Harold Evensky, Financial Services Review 6 (No. 3, 1997), pp. 223-224.

1997

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Returns-Based Style Analysis of Convertible BondFunds, The Journal of Fixed Income 18 (No. 3, Winter 2009), 14 pages.

2009

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Stocks for the Long Term: Why Prospects are Rosy, AAII Journal 31 (No. 1, January 2009), pp. 5-10 (cover story).

2009

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Returns-Based Style Analysis of High-Yield Bonds, The Journal of Fixed Income 17 (No. 4, Spring 2008), pp. 72-87. Abstracted in CFA Digest 38 (August 2008), pp. 25-26.

2008

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Diversification in Portfolios of Individual Stocks: 100 Stocks Are Not Enough, The Financial Review 42 (November 2007), pp. 557-570. Abstracted in CFA Digest 38 (May 2008), pp. 66-68.

2007

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, An Empirical Analysis of Margin Debt, International Review of Economics and Finance 15 (No. 2, 2006), pp. 151-163.

2006

Dale L. Domian, Marie D. Racine, and Craig A. Wilson, Leveraged Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods: A Continuous Time Model, Journal of Economics and Finance 30 (No. 3, 2006), pp. 356-375.

2006

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Leveraged Canadian Stock Portfolios: Long-Run Effects on Wealth and Risk, Canadian Investment Review 16 (Winter 2003), pp. 39-43.

2003

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Portfolio Diversification for Long Holding Periods: How Many Stocks Do Investors Need?, Studies in Economics and Finance 21 (No. 2, 2003), pp. 40-64.

2003

Domian, D. and M.D. Racine. (2002) . An Empirical Analysis of Margin Debt. International Review of Economics and Finance 15, 2, pp. 151-163.

2002

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Predicting Municipal Bond Fund Returns, The Journal of Investing 11 (No. 3, 2002), pp. 53-65.

2002

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Wealth and Risk from Leveraged Stock Portfolios, Financial Services Review 11 (No. 1, 2002), pp. 33-46.

2002

Domian, D., Racine, M.D. and C.A. Wilson. (2000) . Leveraged Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods: A Continuous Time Model. Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2003), CD-ROM,29 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2003), p. 34.

2000

Govind Hariharan, Kenneth S. Chapman, and Dale L. Domian, Risk Tolerance and Asset Allocation for Investors Nearing Retirement, Financial Services Review 9 (No. 2, 2000), pp. 159-170.

2000

Ken B. Cyree, Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Elizabeth J. Yobaccio, Evidence of Psychological Barriers in the Conditional Moments of Major World Stock Indices, Review of Financial Economics 8 (No. 1, 1999), pp. 73-91. Abstracted in CFA Digest 30 (Spring 2000), pp. 49-50.

2000

William Reichenstein and Dale L. Domian, Choosing a Winning Money Market Fund, Baylor Business Review 16 (Fall 1998), pp. 12-14.

1998

Dale L. Domian, Terry S. Maness, and William Reichenstein, Rewards to Extending Maturity: Implications for Investors, Journal of Portfolio Management 24 (Spring 1998), pp. 77-92. Abstracted in CFA Digest 28 (Fall 1998), p. 99.

1998

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Term Spreads and Predictions of Bond and Stock Excess Returns, Financial Services Review 7 (No. 1, 1998), pp. 25-44.

1998

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Charles E. Mossman, The Rise and Fall of the ‘Dogs of the Dow’, Financial Services Review 7 (No. 3, 1998), pp. 145-159. Abstracted in CFA Digest 29 (Fall 1999), pp. 102-103.

1998

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, A Threshold Autoregressive Analysis of Stock Returns and Real Economic Activity, International Review of Economics and Finance 6 (No. 2, 1997), pp. 167-179.

1997

Janet M. Todd and Dale L. Domian, Participation Rates of Dividend Reinvestment Plans: Differences Between Utility and Nonutility Firms, Review of Financial Economics 6 (No. 2, 1997), pp. 121-135.

1997

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Performance and Persistence in Money Market Fund Returns, Financial Services Review 6 (No. 3, 1997), pp. 169-183.

1997

Dale L. Domian, John E. Gilster, and David A. Louton, Expected Inflation, Interest Rates, and Stock Returns, The Financial Review 31 (November 1996), pp. 809-830.

1996

Ramon P. DeGennaro and Dale L. Domian, Market Efficiency and Money Market Fund Portfolio Managers: Beliefs Versus Reality, The Financial Review 31 (May 1996), pp. 453-474.

1996

Kirt C. Butler, Dale L. Domian, and Richard R. Simonds, International Portfolio Diversification and the Magnitude of the Market Timer’s Penalty, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting 6 (Winter 1995), pp. 193-206.

1996

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Business Cycle Asymmetry and the Stock Market, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 35 (Winter 1995), pp. 451-466.

1995

David A. Louton and Dale L. Domian, Dividends and Investment: Further Empirical Evidence, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics 34 (Spring 1995), pp. 53-64.

1995

David M. Eagle and Dale L. Domian, Quasi-Real Bonds: Inflation-Indexing that Retains the Government's Hedge Against Aggregate Supply Shocks, Applied Economics Letters 2 (December 1995), pp. 487-490.

1995

Kirt C. Butler and Dale L. Domian, Long-Run Returns on Stock and Bond Portfolios: Implications for Retirement Planning, Financial Services Review 2 (No. 1, 1993), pp. 41-49.

1993

Dale L. Domian, Money Market Mutual Fund Maturity and Interest Rates, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 24 (November 1992), pp. 519-527.

1992

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Richard L. Patterson, The Unemployment Response to Positive and Negative Stock Returns, Journal of Economics 18 (1992), pp. 87-90.

1992

Kirt C. Butler and Dale L. Domian, Risk, Diversification, and the Investment Horizon, Journal of Portfolio Management 17 (Spring 1991), pp. 41-47.

1991

Takatoshi Ito and Dale L. Domian, A Musical Note on the Efficiency Wage Hypothesis, Economics Letters 25 (September 1987), pp. 95-99.

1987

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Long-Horizon Stock Predictability: Evidence and Applications, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2009), http://academyfinancial.org/Proceedings.html, 23 pages.

2009

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Returns-Based Style Analysis of Convertible BondFunds, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2008), CD-ROM, 28 pages.

2008

Marie D. Racine, Dale L. Domian, and David A. Louton, Financial Kurtosis, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2008), CD-ROM, 66 pages.

2008

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, A Returns-Based Style Analysis of High-Yield Bond Funds, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2007), CD-ROM, 32 pages.

2007

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Diversification in Portfolios of Individual Stocks: A Comparison of Large-Cap and Small-Cap Stocks, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2006), CD-ROM, 20 pages.

2006

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, The Impact of Leverage on Portfolios of Individual Stocks, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2005), CD-ROM, 18 pages.

2005

Scott Barron, Dale L. Domian, and Glenn Feltham, Do High-Dividend Stocks Provide a Superior Income Stream to Government of Canada Bonds?, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (2004), CD-ROM, one-page abstract.

2004

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Winner-Loser Effects and Optimal Rebalancing Strategies for Long Time Horizons, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2004), CD-ROM, 33 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2004), p. 15.

2004

Dale L. Domian, Marie D. Racine, and Craig A. Wilson, Leveraged Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods: A Continuous Time Model, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2003), CD-ROM, 29 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2003), p. 34.

2003

Dale L. Domian, Marie D. Racine, and Craig A. Wilson, Theoretical and Empirical Distributions for Leveraged Canadian Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 24 (No. 1, 2003), pp. 40-60.

2003

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Why Your Portfolio Should Have Over 100 Stocks, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2003), CD-ROM, 32 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2003), p. 52.

2003

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, An Empirical Analysis of Margin Debt, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2002), CD-ROM, 30 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2002), p. 14.

2002

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Leveraged Canadian Stock Portfolios: Long-Run Effects on Wealth and Risk, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 23 (No. 1, 2002), pp. 26-36.

2002

Kenneth E. Kalu, Dale L. Domian, and Marie D. Racine, The Asymmetric Relationship Between Interest Rates and Stock Returns: Can Individual Investors Exploit It?, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2002), CD-ROM, 24 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2002), p. 3.

2002

Calvin Fiendell, Dale L. Domian, and William Reichenstein, Performance and Persistence in Canadian Money Market Fund Returns, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2001) p. 60.

2001

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Risk and Return from Leveraged Stock Portfolios, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2001) p. 33.

2001

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Charles E. Mossman, Market Overreaction and Dividend Yields on Common Stocks, Proceedings of the Southwestern Finance Association (1999), pp. 55-59.

1999

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Portfolio Diversification for Long Holding Periods: How Many Stocks Do Investors Need?, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1999) p. 1.

1999

Dale L. Domian, The Stock Selector’s Penalty: Measuring the Hurdle for Active Portfolio Management, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1999), p. 37.

1999

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Canadian Stock Market Responses to Interest Rate Changes, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1998), p. 4:2.

1998

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Canadian Stock Market Responses to Interest Rate Changes, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 19 (No. 1, 1998), pp. 22-31.

1998

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Charles E. Mossman, The Rise and Fall of the ‘Dogs of the Dow’, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1998), p. 23:2.

1998

Domian, D., and J.W. Wong. (1996) . Further Evidence on Dividends and Losses: The Role of Unusual Income Items. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 17(1), pp. 161-168.

1996

Domian, D., Louton, D.A., and E.J. Yobaccio. Psychological Barriers in Canadian and U.S. Stock Indices. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 17(1),pp. 1-10.

1996

Domian, D. and J.W. Wong. (1995) . Dividends and Losses in Canadian Corporations. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 16(1), pp. 21-29.

1995

Domian, D. and J.A. Carlson. (1994) . Long-Run Return Distributions for Canadian Stock Portfolios: Is Stock Less Risky than Treasury Bills? Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 15(1), pp. 41-49.

1994

Domian, D. and Louton, D.A. and I.M. Seahawk. (1994) . The Dow Dividend Strategy: How It Works - and Why. AAII Journal 16, May, pp. 7-10.

1994

Domian, D. and D.A. Louton. (1994) . Threshold Autoregressive Models of the Relationship Between TSE 300 Stock Returns and Canadian Unemployment. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 15 (1), pp. 72-81.

1994

Domian, D. (1989) . A Time Series Analysis of Corporate Dividends, Earnings, and Investment. Proceedings of the Second Annual Michigan-Ontario Finance and Accounting Conference (edited by Robert T. Kleiman), pp. 128-155.

1989

Research Reports

Publication
Year

Domian, D. and David A. Louton. (1999) . Portfolio Diversification for Long Holding Periods: How Many Stocks Do Investors Need? Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts, p. 1.

1999


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2019 AP/ADMS3531 3.0 B Personal Investment Management LECT
Summer 2019 AP/ADMS3531 3.0 A Personal Investment Management LECT



Dr. Dale L. Domian is a Professor of Finance in the School of Administrative Studies at York University. Dr. Domian’s research interests include investments and financial planning, with 26 articles in refereed academic journals and another 42 publications which are mainly conference proceedings and abstracts.

Dale is Associate Editor of Financial Services Review, the leading academic journal in personal financial planning. An avid investor for the past 35 years, he currently owns shares in about 200 Canadian and US corporations. Dr. Domian received his B.A. in Economics, Mathematics, and Music from the University of Wisconsin, and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1987.

Degrees

PhD, University of Minnesota
BA, University of Wisconsin
CFA, CFP,

Research Interests

Business , Financial and Monetary Systems, Finance

Current Research Projects


    Project Type: Funded
    Funders:
    ATK Fellowship

All Publications


Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Dale L. Domian, Book review of “Wealth Management” by Harold Evensky, Financial Services Review 6 (No. 3, 1997), pp. 223-224.

1997

Books

Publication
Year

Canadian co-author (with David J. Fowler) of Investments, Third Canadian edition, U.S. authors William F. Sharpe, Gordon J. Alexander, and Jeffery V. Bailey, 936 pages, Prentice Hall Canada, 2000. Also co-author of Instructor’s Manual, 250 pages.

2000

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Returns-Based Style Analysis of Convertible BondFunds, The Journal of Fixed Income 18 (No. 3, Winter 2009), 14 pages.

2009

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Stocks for the Long Term: Why Prospects are Rosy, AAII Journal 31 (No. 1, January 2009), pp. 5-10 (cover story).

2009

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Returns-Based Style Analysis of High-Yield Bonds, The Journal of Fixed Income 17 (No. 4, Spring 2008), pp. 72-87. Abstracted in CFA Digest 38 (August 2008), pp. 25-26.

2008

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Diversification in Portfolios of Individual Stocks: 100 Stocks Are Not Enough, The Financial Review 42 (November 2007), pp. 557-570. Abstracted in CFA Digest 38 (May 2008), pp. 66-68.

2007

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, An Empirical Analysis of Margin Debt, International Review of Economics and Finance 15 (No. 2, 2006), pp. 151-163.

2006

Dale L. Domian, Marie D. Racine, and Craig A. Wilson, Leveraged Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods: A Continuous Time Model, Journal of Economics and Finance 30 (No. 3, 2006), pp. 356-375.

2006

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Leveraged Canadian Stock Portfolios: Long-Run Effects on Wealth and Risk, Canadian Investment Review 16 (Winter 2003), pp. 39-43.

2003

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Portfolio Diversification for Long Holding Periods: How Many Stocks Do Investors Need?, Studies in Economics and Finance 21 (No. 2, 2003), pp. 40-64.

2003

Domian, D. and M.D. Racine. (2002) . An Empirical Analysis of Margin Debt. International Review of Economics and Finance 15, 2, pp. 151-163.

2002

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Predicting Municipal Bond Fund Returns, The Journal of Investing 11 (No. 3, 2002), pp. 53-65.

2002

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Wealth and Risk from Leveraged Stock Portfolios, Financial Services Review 11 (No. 1, 2002), pp. 33-46.

2002

Domian, D., Racine, M.D. and C.A. Wilson. (2000) . Leveraged Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods: A Continuous Time Model. Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2003), CD-ROM,29 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2003), p. 34.

2000

Govind Hariharan, Kenneth S. Chapman, and Dale L. Domian, Risk Tolerance and Asset Allocation for Investors Nearing Retirement, Financial Services Review 9 (No. 2, 2000), pp. 159-170.

2000

Ken B. Cyree, Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Elizabeth J. Yobaccio, Evidence of Psychological Barriers in the Conditional Moments of Major World Stock Indices, Review of Financial Economics 8 (No. 1, 1999), pp. 73-91. Abstracted in CFA Digest 30 (Spring 2000), pp. 49-50.

2000

William Reichenstein and Dale L. Domian, Choosing a Winning Money Market Fund, Baylor Business Review 16 (Fall 1998), pp. 12-14.

1998

Dale L. Domian, Terry S. Maness, and William Reichenstein, Rewards to Extending Maturity: Implications for Investors, Journal of Portfolio Management 24 (Spring 1998), pp. 77-92. Abstracted in CFA Digest 28 (Fall 1998), p. 99.

1998

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Term Spreads and Predictions of Bond and Stock Excess Returns, Financial Services Review 7 (No. 1, 1998), pp. 25-44.

1998

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Charles E. Mossman, The Rise and Fall of the ‘Dogs of the Dow’, Financial Services Review 7 (No. 3, 1998), pp. 145-159. Abstracted in CFA Digest 29 (Fall 1999), pp. 102-103.

1998

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, A Threshold Autoregressive Analysis of Stock Returns and Real Economic Activity, International Review of Economics and Finance 6 (No. 2, 1997), pp. 167-179.

1997

Janet M. Todd and Dale L. Domian, Participation Rates of Dividend Reinvestment Plans: Differences Between Utility and Nonutility Firms, Review of Financial Economics 6 (No. 2, 1997), pp. 121-135.

1997

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Performance and Persistence in Money Market Fund Returns, Financial Services Review 6 (No. 3, 1997), pp. 169-183.

1997

Dale L. Domian, John E. Gilster, and David A. Louton, Expected Inflation, Interest Rates, and Stock Returns, The Financial Review 31 (November 1996), pp. 809-830.

1996

Ramon P. DeGennaro and Dale L. Domian, Market Efficiency and Money Market Fund Portfolio Managers: Beliefs Versus Reality, The Financial Review 31 (May 1996), pp. 453-474.

1996

Kirt C. Butler, Dale L. Domian, and Richard R. Simonds, International Portfolio Diversification and the Magnitude of the Market Timer’s Penalty, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting 6 (Winter 1995), pp. 193-206.

1996

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Business Cycle Asymmetry and the Stock Market, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 35 (Winter 1995), pp. 451-466.

1995

David A. Louton and Dale L. Domian, Dividends and Investment: Further Empirical Evidence, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics 34 (Spring 1995), pp. 53-64.

1995

David M. Eagle and Dale L. Domian, Quasi-Real Bonds: Inflation-Indexing that Retains the Government's Hedge Against Aggregate Supply Shocks, Applied Economics Letters 2 (December 1995), pp. 487-490.

1995

Kirt C. Butler and Dale L. Domian, Long-Run Returns on Stock and Bond Portfolios: Implications for Retirement Planning, Financial Services Review 2 (No. 1, 1993), pp. 41-49.

1993

Dale L. Domian, Money Market Mutual Fund Maturity and Interest Rates, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking 24 (November 1992), pp. 519-527.

1992

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Richard L. Patterson, The Unemployment Response to Positive and Negative Stock Returns, Journal of Economics 18 (1992), pp. 87-90.

1992

Kirt C. Butler and Dale L. Domian, Risk, Diversification, and the Investment Horizon, Journal of Portfolio Management 17 (Spring 1991), pp. 41-47.

1991

Takatoshi Ito and Dale L. Domian, A Musical Note on the Efficiency Wage Hypothesis, Economics Letters 25 (September 1987), pp. 95-99.

1987

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Long-Horizon Stock Predictability: Evidence and Applications, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2009), http://academyfinancial.org/Proceedings.html, 23 pages.

2009

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, Returns-Based Style Analysis of Convertible BondFunds, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2008), CD-ROM, 28 pages.

2008

Marie D. Racine, Dale L. Domian, and David A. Louton, Financial Kurtosis, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2008), CD-ROM, 66 pages.

2008

Dale L. Domian and William Reichenstein, A Returns-Based Style Analysis of High-Yield Bond Funds, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2007), CD-ROM, 32 pages.

2007

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Diversification in Portfolios of Individual Stocks: A Comparison of Large-Cap and Small-Cap Stocks, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2006), CD-ROM, 20 pages.

2006

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, The Impact of Leverage on Portfolios of Individual Stocks, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2005), CD-ROM, 18 pages.

2005

Scott Barron, Dale L. Domian, and Glenn Feltham, Do High-Dividend Stocks Provide a Superior Income Stream to Government of Canada Bonds?, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (2004), CD-ROM, one-page abstract.

2004

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Winner-Loser Effects and Optimal Rebalancing Strategies for Long Time Horizons, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2004), CD-ROM, 33 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2004), p. 15.

2004

Dale L. Domian, Marie D. Racine, and Craig A. Wilson, Leveraged Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods: A Continuous Time Model, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2003), CD-ROM, 29 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2003), p. 34.

2003

Dale L. Domian, Marie D. Racine, and Craig A. Wilson, Theoretical and Empirical Distributions for Leveraged Canadian Stock Portfolios over Long Holding Periods, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 24 (No. 1, 2003), pp. 40-60.

2003

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Marie D. Racine, Why Your Portfolio Should Have Over 100 Stocks, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2003), CD-ROM, 32 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2003), p. 52.

2003

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, An Empirical Analysis of Margin Debt, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2002), CD-ROM, 30 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2002), p. 14.

2002

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Leveraged Canadian Stock Portfolios: Long-Run Effects on Wealth and Risk, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 23 (No. 1, 2002), pp. 26-36.

2002

Kenneth E. Kalu, Dale L. Domian, and Marie D. Racine, The Asymmetric Relationship Between Interest Rates and Stock Returns: Can Individual Investors Exploit It?, Academy of Financial Services Proceedings (2002), CD-ROM, 24 pages. Also one-page abstract in Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2002), p. 3.

2002

Calvin Fiendell, Dale L. Domian, and William Reichenstein, Performance and Persistence in Canadian Money Market Fund Returns, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2001) p. 60.

2001

Dale L. Domian and Marie D. Racine, Risk and Return from Leveraged Stock Portfolios, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (2001) p. 33.

2001

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Charles E. Mossman, Market Overreaction and Dividend Yields on Common Stocks, Proceedings of the Southwestern Finance Association (1999), pp. 55-59.

1999

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Portfolio Diversification for Long Holding Periods: How Many Stocks Do Investors Need?, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1999) p. 1.

1999

Dale L. Domian, The Stock Selector’s Penalty: Measuring the Hurdle for Active Portfolio Management, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1999), p. 37.

1999

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Canadian Stock Market Responses to Interest Rate Changes, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1998), p. 4:2.

1998

Dale L. Domian and David A. Louton, Canadian Stock Market Responses to Interest Rate Changes, Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 19 (No. 1, 1998), pp. 22-31.

1998

Dale L. Domian, David A. Louton, and Charles E. Mossman, The Rise and Fall of the ‘Dogs of the Dow’, Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts (1998), p. 23:2.

1998

Domian, D., and J.W. Wong. (1996) . Further Evidence on Dividends and Losses: The Role of Unusual Income Items. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 17(1), pp. 161-168.

1996

Domian, D., Louton, D.A., and E.J. Yobaccio. Psychological Barriers in Canadian and U.S. Stock Indices. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 17(1),pp. 1-10.

1996

Domian, D. and J.W. Wong. (1995) . Dividends and Losses in Canadian Corporations. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 16(1), pp. 21-29.

1995

Domian, D. and J.A. Carlson. (1994) . Long-Run Return Distributions for Canadian Stock Portfolios: Is Stock Less Risky than Treasury Bills? Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 15(1), pp. 41-49.

1994

Domian, D. and Louton, D.A. and I.M. Seahawk. (1994) . The Dow Dividend Strategy: How It Works - and Why. AAII Journal 16, May, pp. 7-10.

1994

Domian, D. and D.A. Louton. (1994) . Threshold Autoregressive Models of the Relationship Between TSE 300 Stock Returns and Canadian Unemployment. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 15 (1), pp. 72-81.

1994

Domian, D. (1989) . A Time Series Analysis of Corporate Dividends, Earnings, and Investment. Proceedings of the Second Annual Michigan-Ontario Finance and Accounting Conference (edited by Robert T. Kleiman), pp. 128-155.

1989

Research Reports

Publication
Year

Domian, D. and David A. Louton. (1999) . Portfolio Diversification for Long Holding Periods: How Many Stocks Do Investors Need? Academy of Financial Services Paper Abstracts, p. 1.

1999


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2019 AP/ADMS3531 3.0 B Personal Investment Management LECT
Summer 2019 AP/ADMS3531 3.0 A Personal Investment Management LECT