DO ANALYSTS WHO MOVE MARKETS HAVE BETTER CAREERS?
Vadim S. Balashov
Journal of Financial Research, 2018, vol. 41, issue 2, 181-212
In this article I investigate the association between analystsâ€™ ability to issue influential recommendations and their career outcomes. The fraction of recommendations that are defined as influential are linked to a higher probability of an analyst moving to a higher status brokerage house, and a lower probability of either being demoted to a lower status brokerage house or leaving the profession. Analysts who more often issue influential recommendations also have a higher chance of being ranked by Institutional Investor Allâ€ America, having longer careers, and experiencing lower job turnover compared to peers.
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