Did you know:
- Markets inefficiently assess earnings because too few investors analyze footnotes
- Corporate managers exploit footnotes to manipulate earnings
- New technology gives you footnotes data so you can profit and protect portfolios from these manipulations
These findings are from a new paper from Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan, “Core Earnings: New Data and Evidence.” We joined Benzinga’s PreMarket Prep on November 7 to discuss this paper, its takeaways, and how you can use our data featured in the paper to pick better stocks.
This article originally published on November 6, 2019.
Disclosure: David Trainer, Sam McBride, and Kyle Guske II receive no compensation to write about any specific stock, sector, style, or theme.