Value in Analysts Earnings Forecasts?
By Jason Hines on December 25, 2009
Today we read in the Financial Times that “Analysts’ earnings forecasts have a negligible effect on a company’s share price, according to new research that will raise further doubts over stock-pickers’ ability to move markets”. While we have many friends who are analysts and certainly respect their work – it’s a pretty interesting point.
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