Articles by Marshall Nickles, EdD

Marshall Nickles, EdD, has been instrumental in the development of Pepperdine's School of Business and Management. He has also been a consultant to several corporations such as Volkswagen of North America, 3M Corporation and Loctite Corporation. In addition, he has served as a board member to The China Economy Consultancy Co. in the People's Republic of China, The China American Technology Investment Group, vice president and board member of The American-China Association for Science and Technology Exchange, and advisory board member for Irwin Duskin Press. Dr. Nickles has also been a frequent presenter and discussant of professional papers at national and international academic associations. He has been a former financial columnist for The Orange County Business Journal and Business to Business Magazine. Prof. Nickles is the author of an economics text and more than 45 articles. Dr. Nickles has been quoted on television, and in several newspapers and magazines, such as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the New York Times, the Orange County Register, Barron’s Weekly, Stocks & Commodities Magazine, and the Los Angeles Times . He has been an invited guest on KNX 1070 radio, KTLA Channel 5, Fox Television, CNBC, and as the principal speaker at the national conference of the State Bureau of Statistics in Beijing, China. Prof. Nickles was the recipient of the Howard A. White distinguished teaching award at Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and Management.

The Four-Year U.S. Presidential Cycle and the Stock Market

Since 2004, the stock market environment has changed in ways that make it more important than ever to understand the relationship between politics and stock market behavior. Unlike the 2004 article that did not address the above in detail, this article will attempt to do so.

2012 Volume 15 Issue 3 - By and

The Four-Year U.S. Presidential Cycle and the Stock Market

Since 2004, the stock market environment has changed in ways that make it more important than ever to understand the relationship between politics and stock market behavior. Unlike the 2004 article that did not address the above in detail, this article will attempt to do so.

2012 Volume 15 Issue 2 - By and

Seasonality and the Stock Market

Contrary to popular opinion, it may not be an advantage to hold stocks for long periods and not worry about market declines along the way.

2006 Volume 9 Issue 4 - By

Presidential Elections and Stock Market Cycles

This article attempts to address the timely relationship between politics and stock market behavior.

2004 Volume 7 Issue 3 - By

Decision-Making in a Global Environment

An exploration of emerging challenges to current worldviews with suggestions as to how business practitioners can anticipate the future and plan accordingly.

1998 Volume 1 Issue 2 - By

Who Wants to Lose a Million?

New types of mutual funds can affect how technical analysis is used in the stock market.

2001 Volume 4 Issue 1 - By