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Affiliated mutual funds and analyst optimism
|Statement||by Simona Mola and Massimo Guidolin.|
|Series||Working paper -- 2007-017A, Working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis : Online) -- 2007-017A.|
|Contributions||Guidolin, Massimo., Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007615254|
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From toresearch departments affiliated with mutual funds express their optimism by means of upgrades to “strong buy”. In particular, in the – subperiod, stocks in affiliated fund portfolios receive the most optimism in terms of awarded strong buys (both upgrades and reiterations).Cited by: Affiliated Mutual Funds and Analyst Optimism 1.
Introduction The dynamics between a full-service brokerage firm and its research analysts often bears some scrutiny on behalf of investors because it may raise ethical issues.
It is well known that sell-side analysts, employed by a broker, generally provide favorable coverage on seasoned stocks. Sinceanalysts' optimism on stocks held by affiliated mutual funds has declined.
However, an analyst's decision of upgrading a stock to a "strong buy" rating is still significantly associated with the portfolio weight of that stock in the fund family.
The optimism in analyst recommendations increases with the weight of the stock in a mutual fund client’s portfolio and the commission revenue generated from the mutual fund client.
Sinceanalysts' optimism on stocks held by affiliated mutual funds has declined. However, an analyst's decision of upgrading a stock to a "strong buy" rating is still significantly associated with the portfolio weight of that stock in the fund family.
© Elsevier by: That is, analysts are likely to look favorably at stocks held by the affiliated mutual funds. Controlling for a variety of factors including the investment banking affiliation, we find that the greater the portfolio weight of a stock for the affiliated mutual funds, the more optimistic the analyst rating becomes when compared to the by: Affiliated Mutual Funds and Analyst Optimism 1.
Introduction The dynamics between a full-service brokerage firm and its sell-side analysts often bears some scrutiny on behalf of investors because it may raise ethical issues. It is well known that sell-side analysts,File Size: KB. Nevertheless, from throughstar analysts report the most optimism when they recommend stocks in the portfolios of affiliated mutual funds.
Discover the world's research 17+ million members. All-star analysts report the most optimism when they recommend stocks in the portfolios of the affiliated mutual funds. However, the presence of other institutional investors as shareholders of the recommended stocks curbs analyst by: Reputation partly restrains the optimism of analyst recommendations.
In fact, the presence of other institutional investors as shareholders of the recommended stocks curbs analyst optimism. Nevertheless, from throughstar analysts report the most optimism when they recommend stocks in the portfolios of affiliated mutual funds.
In our research setting, we define an affiliated analyst as a person who works for a brokerage firm belonging to a business group. The affiliated stocks are those included in mutual funds managed by an asset management firm in the same business group as the analyst. brokerage firms.
We define an affiliated analyst as a person who works for a brokerage firm belonging to a business group and releases recommendations on affiliated stocks. The affiliated stocks are those included in mutual funds governed by a member asset management firm within the same business group as the analyst’s brokerage firm.
Affiliated mutual funds and analyst optimism. By Simona Mola and Massimo Guidolin Topics: Analyst coverage, Analyst optimism, Mutual funds, Ratings Cited by: The Little Book of Common Sense Investing: The Only Way to Guarantee Your Fair Share of Stock Market Returns (Little Books.
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For instance, when a mutual fund increases the amount invested in a stock from the first quartile ($ million) to the median ($ million at the end of ) of the holding distribution, the probability that an affiliated analyst.
We examine the role of financial analysts in forming institutional investors' investment decisions. In our model, a fund manager invests in a stock based on the optimal weighting of reports created by a biased sell-side analyst and an unbiased buy-side by: analysts since affiliated optimism bias is well established in the literature.
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Kolb Series in Finance is an unparalleled source of information dedicated to the most important issues in modern finance/5(4).Affiliated Mutual Funds and Analyst Optimism - Working Paper Prior studies have shown that investment banking affiliations place pressure on analysts to produce optimistic recommendations on the investment bank’s stock-clients.