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Once Burned, Twice Shy: Naive Learning, Counterfactuals and the Repurchase of Stocks Previously Sol

@inproceedings{Barber2004OnceBT,
  title={Once Burned, Twice Shy: Naive Learning, Counterfactuals and the Repurchase of Stocks Previously Sol},
  author={Brad M. Barber and Terrance Odean and M. Strahilevitz},
  year={2004}
}
An easily assembled and disassembled die holder assembly of the wedge locking type is provided which tightly clamps a punch die in its pocket. A die-engaging wedge of the assembly has an angular protrusion bearing on a wall of a corresponding groove in a side of the die to clamp it downwardly in the die pocket upon take-up of a threaded fastener. A locking wedge acted on by the fastener bears on the die wedge, relative angles of the latter and the protrusion causing the protrusion to hold the… Expand

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