Poor publicity

“An academic survey of companies appearing on the cover of US  business magazines over a twenty-year period says that the magazines  usually backed the wrong horse. Comparing share prices of companies  500 days before and 500 days after coverage indicates that “positive  stories generally indicate the end of superior performance and  negative news generally indicates the end of poor performance”.  Ref: The Economist (UK)”

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