The research findings are consistent with some managers hyping the stock prior to investor conferences and selling their shares at inflated prices...Read More
Wall Street Horizon's data has been used as a primary source in several independent academic studies. Professors have investigated our data and have found corporate event data such as earnings date revisions can have a significant impact on investment returns.
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Using Wall Street Horizon earning dates, the paper finds that each quarter has a handful of days with potential to have an impressive cluster of firms announcing earnings simultaneously in either the pre-open or post-close...Read More
This study is the first to shed light on HFTs’ role in facilitating incorporation of earnings information into prices.Read More
This research examines the percentage of HFT trading in stocks with low versus high attention around earnings announcements.Read More
The study uses Wall Street Horizon data and finds that firms which announce in the pre-open have higher abnormal volatility following the announcement relative to firms that announce in the post-close...Read More
Author Santosh finds that price discovery after an earnings announcement occurs quickly through trading, and is not simply based on elapsed time after the announcement. Using Wall Street Horizon earnings press release dates and times...Read More
Using Wall Street Horizon data as a primary source of the study, the authors find that earnings schedules have strong predictive power for ﬁrms’ earnings news and future returns..Read More
Can Earnings Date Revisions be Used to Generate Alpha? Yes, according to new Deltix Study.Read More