Los Angeles Times: “A tweet take on picking stocks; Pro traders scour Twitter and other social media sites for investment clues.”

. . . Another study found a high correlation between a stock’s popularity on Facebook and its performance. Arthur O’Connor, a Pace University doctoral student, examined 30 consumer stocks for the year that ended in June 2011. The stocks of companies with growing fan bases tended to outperform.

 

 

. . . Another study found a high correlation between a stock’s popularity on Facebook and its performance. Arthur O’Connor, a Pace University doctoral student, examined 30 consumer stocks for the year that ended in June 2011. The stocks of companies with growing fan bases tended to outperform.

Read the article in the Los Angeles Times.

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