Monday, March 24, 2014

Financial Economics Analysis of Arsenal's "Extreme Negative Performance"

The Stumbling and Mumbling Blog (here) applies financial economics theory to Arsenal's unusual level of tail risk (when they're bad, they're all really bad) and recommends that the Gunners need to sign players with "negative betaness," so that, instead of all 11 players stinking up the pitch, the team has at least a couple players who play well when others are playing below par.

How about a manager with "negative betaness"?

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