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they have done academic studies about how the sell side is late to react to information -- even public information!

Thus you have post earnings announcement drift and things like that.

email me if you need me to send you some good papers on this subject.

I am not surprised the WSJ editors can be a better source of info than the sell side.

guess who has less conflicts of interest and guess who spends less time marketing and more time doing research

newspaper guys.

good post

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