The big mo

Cramer, James J.
July 1996
New York;7/29/96, Vol. 29 Issue 29, p14
Focuses on the United States stock market and the problem of investing since the market's unsteady performance in July 1996. What momentum investing is; Ability of mutual funds to prop up share prices; What a whisper number is and why you have to beat it; Why the previous methodologies of investing are now at an end; Danger to high-growth technology stocks from the earnings expectation game; Why businesses are turning on Wall Street analysts.


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