Synergistic effect

• A violation of value-additivity whereby the value of the combination is greater than the sum of the individual values.

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 Antidilutive effect
Calendar effect
Clientele effect
Coinsurance effect
Dilutive effect
Fisher effect
Information content effect
International fisher effect
January effect
Low price earnings ratio effect
Neglected firm effect
P/e effect
Small firm effect
Weekend effect

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