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Study:Google Earnings Stock Manipulation EVERY Time?

Today, I came across this damning paper from Jerry Liu, a Finance professor at Cal State on the overt manipulation of Google’s share prices around earnings and options expiry timeframes.  Despite occasional grammatical errors throughout, this is the most influential paper of its sort I’ve read in years, including the assigned literature of this sort […]

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A Lesson in Volatility prior to Earnings Releases: Google Options

For investors that follow the options prices of tech stocks and other volatile companies, they may have noticed that the stock options seem to get “expensive” and “cheap” during certain periods, namely, before and after earnings announcements or other major events.  Since the primary tenant of investing is buy low and sell high, how about […]

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