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Earnings surprises impotent; Earnings shocks potent!

Evidence supports the notion that strategies targeting ‘earnings surprises’ are relatively impotent these days. I remember twenty years ago (long before these stats were tracked with near precision using quantitative techniques) it became abundantly clear to me that accurately predicting … Continue reading

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Market undervalued? YES!

“According to Ford Equity’s research, based on current earnings, expected growth, and current interest rates, the S&P Midcap 400 Index is undervalued.” I prefer a sampling of mid-sized companies when considering valuations, since the really large capitalization stocks nowadays can … Continue reading

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Want to be a money manager? Become a celebrity!

I still don’t understand why people pay much heed to headlines in newspapers (if it’s in the news it’s already old news, and can’t make you money) or to those who’ve unilaterally appointed themselves as experts on money matters.  Some journalists are pretty good, but … Continue reading

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