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The asset mean is known to be difficult to estimate, incurring more estimation error than estimates of asset return variance.

How about asset return skewness, is it hard to estimate and how can that be proven/tested? Since the mean and skewness are both odd moments, does that mean that skewness also suffers from misestimation error? (more than asset kurtosis, which is an even-numbered moment?)

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