Wall Street Horizon Bows EventBreaks Event Change Info

Understanding the impact of outwardly innocuous changes can reveal a company's true situation and deliver potential alpha, officials say.


Examples of event types that could impact a company’s stock price include changing the company executive delivering a presentation at an investor conference; moving a company’s shareholder meeting from its home city to a distant location; extending a buyback offering, with new terms; and delaying an earnings date or conference call.

Vendor officials say academic research has established that traders can gain alpha by understanding the impact of these types of changes, while a survey of

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