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TOKIC D. (2020) Robinhoods and the Nasdaq Whale: the Makings of the Big-tech Bubble of 2020. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 31, Issue 4.  

TOKIC D. (2020) Long‐term consequences of the 2020 coronavirus pandemics: Historical global‐macro context, Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 31, Issue 3.

TOKIC D. (2020) The passive investment bubble, Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 31, Issue 1.

Tokic, D. (2019) When Prices Fall: What Should Managers Know About Deflation? Managerial Accounting Quarterly, Volume 20 Issue 3.

Tokic, D. (2019) The U.S. Dollar index cycle: Depreciation coming? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 30, Issue 4.

Tokic, D. (2019) Is yield curve predicting a US recession in 2020? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 30, Issue 3, Pages 5-7.

Tokic, D (2019) The Fed’s Chair Background and the Federal Reserve Independence Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 30, Issue 1, Pages 5-13.

Tokic, D and J. Tokic (2019) Practitioner at the Helm of the Fed: What are the Implications? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 29, Issue 4, Pages 48-53.

Tokic, D. (2018) BlackRock RoboAdvisor 4.0: When artificial intelligence replaces human discretion, Strategic Change, 27/4, pages 285-291.

Tokic, D. (2018) Central Bank Independence and Deflation, Public Administration Review, 78/5, pages 803-808.

Tokic, D. (2018) Earnings Growth in Degrowth Environment, International Journal of Ecological Economics & Statistics, Volume: 39, Issue Number: 2, p 1-18. 

Tokic, D (2018) Replacing LIBOR: Is BTFR the right choice?, Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance Volume 29, Issue 1, Pages 145–150.

Tokic, D. (2017) Negative interest rates: Causes and consequences, Journal of Asset Management, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp 243–254

Tokic, D. (2015) The ‘Cancel if close to market’ order – the curious case of market  manipulation, Journal of Asset Management 16,149-155.

Tokic, D. (2015) The 2014 oil bust:  Causes and consequences, Energy Policy Volume 85, October 2015, Pages 162–169 

Tokic, D. (2014) Legitimate Speculation vs Excessive Speculation,          Journal of Asset Management 15, 378-391.

Tokic, D. (2013) Crude oil futures markets: Another look into traders’ positions Journal of Derivatives & Hedge Funds Vol. 19, 4, 321–342.

Tokic, D. (2012) The financial dimensions of degrowth, Ecological Economics   84, 49- 56.

Tokic, D. (2012) Crude oil futures traders: Who is watching whom? Energy Studies Review, 19(2), 1-15.

Tokic, D. (2012) Managed futures for long term investors: A DEA ranking analysis, Australian Economic Review, 45(4), 422-440.

Tokic, D. (2012) Speculation and the 2008 Oil Bubble: The DCOT Report Analysis, Energy Policy. 41(June), 541-550.

Tokic, D. (2012) When Hedging Fails: What Should Every CEO Know About Speculation, Journal of Management Development, 31(8), 801-807.

Tokic, D. (2012) The Passive Investor Puzzle, Journal of Asset Management 13(2), 141-154.

Tokic, D. (2011) Rational Speculation, Positive Feedback Trading and the Oil Bubble of 2008, Energy Policy 39(4), 2051-2061.

Tokic, D. (2010) The Oil Bubble of 2008: Causes and Consequences, Energy Policy 38(10), 6009-6015.

Tokic, D. (2010) What’s at stake in the EU bailout? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 21(6), 3-8.

Tokic, D. and S. Vezilic (2010) Is it time to sell technology stocks? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 21(5), 3-7.

Tokic, D. (2009) Greenspan’s Conundrum: Solved, Journal of Corporate Treasury Management, 3(1), 64-71.

Tokic, D. (2009) Will the EU Survive an Eastern European Crisis? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 20(6), 3-11.

Tokic, D. (2009) Can Technology Stocks Lead the S&P 500 Higher? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 20(5), 3-9.

Tokic, D. (2009) Labor Force Growth and Long Term Trends, Credit and Financial Management Review, 15(1), 33-40.

Tokic, D. (2008) Global slowdown: Is the Dollar a Good Hedge?  Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 20(1), 3-8.

Tokic, D. (2008) Are Long-Term Trends Changing? Journal of Asset      Management, 9(3), 171-177.

Tokic, D and S. Tokic.(2008) Time Leave Foreign Stock Markets? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 19(6), 17-23.

Tokic, D and S. Tokic. (2008) Housing Price Indices Futures? Real Estate Issues, 33(1), 37-39.  

Tokic, D. (2008) The Four Horsemen of Tech: Has Another Bubble Burst? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 19(5), 15-20.

Tokic, D and S. Tokic. (2007) Would a Rising Yen Mean Global Turmoil? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 18(6), 5-11.

Tokic, D. (2007) Noise Trading and Market Efficiency: The Role of Passive Investors. Journal of Trading 2(3), 37-44.

Tokic, D. (2007) Baby Boomers and Financial Markets: A Relationship in the Making. The Journal of Investing 16(2), 77-84.

Tokic, D. (2007) Semiconductor Stocks: Signaling a Bear Market? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 18(5), 3-7.

Tokic, D. (2006) Valuation of Growth Stocks Using the Profitability Multipliers. Journal of Applied Business and Economics 6(2), 32-41. 

Tokic, S and D. Tokic (2006). Emerging China: Opportunity or Threat for the U.S. Economy? Credit and Financial Management Review 12(3), 33-42.

Tokic, D. and S. Tokic. (2006) Globalization: End of the Third Wave? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 17 (6), 3-10.

Tokic, D. (2006) Explaining U.S. Stock Market Returns from 1980 to 2005: Implications for Next 25 Years. Journal of Asset Management 6(6) 418-432.

Tokic, D. (2006) Indian Dot-coms: Poised to Take Off? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 17(5), 15-20.

Tokic, D. (2005) Is U.S. Real Estate in the Bubble? Real Estate Issues 30(1), 1-6.

Tokic, D. and E. Hume.  (2005) Is Executive Stock Option Re-Pricing a Red Flag? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 16(6), 61-69.

Tokic, D. (2005) Who Wins the Trading Game? Journal of Technical Analysis 63, 40-44.

Tokic, D. (2005) R&D, Advertising and the Market value of Internet Firms – Part II. Journal of Internet Commerce 4(4), 23-40.

Tokic, D. (2005) Chinese Dot.coms: A Better Investment? Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 16(5), 9-12.

Tokic, D. (2005) Valuation of Growth Stocks: Theoretical Modeling. Economic Thought and Practice 14(1), 13-23.

Tokic, D. and M. Feinberg (2004) ITC Investments, GDP and Stock Market Values for Asia- Pacific Countries – Some Preliminary Results. Journal of Asia Pacific Economy. 9(1), 70-84.

Tokic, D. (2004) How to Pick Technology Stocks Today? The Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance 15(5), 23-29

Tokic, D. and M. Feinberg (2004). Why the Euro Was Undervalued During 1999-2000 – a Portfolio Balance Approach Explanation. Journal of Business, Industry and Economics 4(1), 21-32.

Tokic, D. (2004) R&D, Advertising and the Market value of Internet Firms – Part I. Journal of Internet Commerce 3(2). 79-99.   

Feinberg, M, A. Grossman and D. Tokic. (2004) An Analysis of Perceptions of German Consumers to the Euro Conversions: Results of an email Survey Credit and Financial Management Review 10(1), 13-20.

Tokic, D. and M. Feinberg (2004) Comparing relative contributions to the Internet firm valuation bubble: R&D oriented versus advertising oriented dot.coms in pre-bubble era. Journal of E-Business 4(2), 1-16. 

Tokic, D. and M. Feinberg (2003) Long Run Diversification Potential in Latin American Markets – Lessons From Argentina. Journal of Emerging Markets. 8(1), 16-23.

Tokic, D. (2003) The Relationship Between the Stock Markets of U.S. and Japan with East Asian Emerging Markets Before the Financial Crises of 1997. Asia Pacific Business Review 9(3), 105-115.

Tokic, D. (2003) How Efficient Were R&D and Advertising Expenses for U.S. Internet Stocks Before the Bubble Burst? A DEA Approach.  Credit and Financial Management Review 9(2), 39-51.

Tokic, D. (2003) Why Interest Rate Cuts May be Ineffective in the New Economy, Journal of Financial Transformation, April (7), 13-16.

Tokic, D. (2002) What Went Wrong With the Dots Coms? The Journal of Investing, 11(2), p. 52-56.

Tokic, D and M. Feinberg. (2002) Beta and Returns: A Single-Day Effect, Journal of Asset Management, 3(1) July, p. 67-72.

Tokic, D. (2002) WhatWentWrong @ InterentStocks.Com? – An Empirical Investigation.  Business Quest – Journal of Applied Business Topics. http://www.westga.edu/~bquest/2002/istocks.htm

Tokic, D. (2001) Valuation of Internet Stocks: International Perspective. Credit and Financial Management Review, 7(4), 19-28.

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