Investment FraudPeer-Reviewed Research

Boiler Room

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What you absolutely need to know about microcap stock scams.
Stock MarketPeer-Reviewed Research

Roller Coaster

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What do analysts really know about stock ups and downs?
BankingPeer-Reviewed Research

Crosscurrent

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How speedy loan-loss recognition can save banks billions.
AccountingPeer-Reviewed Research

Show Or Tell

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Should a company tell the world, or keep mum about undervalued stocks, and let long-term investors reap the benefits?
InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

Failure To Communicate

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The surprising way faulty English affects trading.
InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

No News Is Bad News

The only thing the market likes less than a late report? Silence.
Subprime Mortgage Peer-Reviewed Research

Bursting The Bubble

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Limited competition may have fanned the flames of the 2008 financial crisis.
AccountingPeer-Reviewed Research

Mind the GAAP

Accounting rules expectations in accounting audits
Splitting audits into two opinions could improve accounting.
Financial Accounting Peer-Reviewed Research

Smooth Sailing

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Volatility in cash flow can create strong ripples in the capital market.
Rethinking Sec RulesPeer-Reviewed Research

Timing Is Everything

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Early peeks at SEC notices increased information uncertainty.
Stock MarketPeer-Reviewed Research

After Hours

Most recommendation revisions from stock analysts defy recent information from firm news.
Institutional InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

In Praise Of Know-It-Alls

As the number of informed investors rises, is the advantage reduced, or is it better for everyone?
Widening the pool of informed investors might help reduce the cost of capital.