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suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place

having or showing a tendency or likelihood

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(usually followed by 'to') naturally disposed toward

at risk of or subject to experiencing something usually unpleasant

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mentally quick and resourceful

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being of striking appropriateness and pertinence

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2012, "Testing the Validity of Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) and Arbitrage Pricing Theory on the Ghana Stock Exchange," International Journal of Business and Economics, Vol.
1975), Some Tests of the Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Journal of Midwest Finance Association, pp.
Burmeister (1988) Arbitrage Pricing Theory as a Restricted Nonlinear Multivariate Regression Model: Iterated Nonlinear Seemingly Unrelated Regression Estimates.
Ross, "A Practitioners' Guide to Arbitrage Pricing Theory," in A Practitioner's Guide to Factor Models, The Research Foundation of The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts (Association for Investment Management and Research).
The uninspiring performance of traditional asset pricing models such as the CAPM and arbitrage pricing theory (APT) has given an impetus to behavioral finance because the traditional asset pricing models require that all of the predictable patterns in asset returns, both short and long run, be traceable to differences in loadings in economically meaningful risk factors.
The arbitrage pricing theory (APT) draws on Arrow-Debreu securities pricing in which N fundamental securities span all future possible states of nature.
The efficient market hypothesis is the foundation for many of the standard asset pricing models including the CAPM, Arbitrage Pricing Theory (APT), and the Black-Scholes option pricing model.