Investors overvalue companies that align with presidential policies – and their mistakes leave money on the table
Finance researcher Zhi Da analyzed how presidential politics affects the performance of individual stocks, especially those that could benefit or be hurt by a president’s policies.
Notre Dame professor explains impacts of debt ceiling standoff
"[Financial regulators] are kind of marking June 1st as D-Day," said John Stiver, associate teaching professor of finance at the Mendoza College of Business in an ABC57 interview.
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Burying bad 8-K news raises red flags
CFO Dive covered a study by Mendoza College of Business' Jessica Watkins, assistant professor of accountancy, which found companies seek to deflect from bad news by publishing unrelated press releases on the same day
Companies distract from bad news with unrelated news
Accounting Today covered research by assistant professor of accountancy Jessica Watkins which found that companies often issue press releases on unrelated topics to disguise bad news.
Companies hide negative news by issuing unrelated press releases alongside SEC filings, study shows
To distract investors from bad news, companies strategically issue unrelated press releases on the same day they file negative news with the SEC via Form 8-K, according to a new study from University of Notre Dame accountancy professor Jessica Watkins.
Patient capital is in short supply
Research from Rafael Zambrana shows mutual funds have better returns when they invest for the long term, but need investors to commit capital to take advantage of slow-moving opportunities.
Meikles and Dimes podcast: John Busenbark
Management professor John Busenbark was featured on the Apple podcast Meikles & Dimes.
Meikles & Dimes
The SEC wants to revamp stock trading. Who wins and loses.
A Market Watch article about proposed SEC rule changes referenced research by finance professor Robert Battalio that looked into whether individual investors suffer when their brokers get paid to send orders to market makers
What short selling can reveal about a stock’s real value
New research from finance and economics professor Paul Schultz reveals how firms benefit by exploiting share mispricing.
AMC Has Some Clever APEs
A paper co-authored by Dean Martijn Cremers and Professor Rafael Zambrana, “The Complex Materiality of ESG Ratings: Evidence from Actively Managed ESG Funds,” was featured in a Bloomberg "Money Stuff" column by writer Matt Levine.