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An investors loss function for earnings forecasts with an empirical application

by James C. McKeown

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Published by College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in [Urbana, Ill.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesEarnings forecasts.
StatementJames C. McKeown... William S. Hopwood...
SeriesFaculty working papers -- no. 608, Faculty working papers -- no. 608.
ContributionsHopwood, William S. joint author, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Commerce and Business Administration
The Physical Object
Pagination14, [11] p. :
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24648507M
OCLC/WorldCa5581958

Management Earnings Forecasts and Value of Analyst Forecast Revisions 1. Introduction Recent studies show that analysts piggyback their recommendations (Altınkılıç and Hansen , Loh and Stulz ) and earnings forecasts (Altınkılıç et al. ) on recent news and events, and thisCited by: Earnings Management: Theory and Research is a scholarly study of earnings management. The book is aimed for scholars in accounting, finance, economics, and law. The authors address the following research questions: Why earnings are so important that firms feel compelled to manipulate them? What is earnings management? What set of circumstances will induce earnings management?5/5(1).

Management earnings forecasts and IPO performance: Evidence of a regime change Abstract Companies undertaking initial public offerings (IPOs) in Greece were obliged to include next-year profit forecast in their prospectuses until the regulation changed in to by:   As earnings changes become more predictable, they contain less cash-⁄ow news (contemporaneously). Thus, we hypothesize that the positive contemporaneous relation between earnings changes and stock returns declines as earnings changes become more predictable. The empirical analysis provides evidence consistent with our theory, since we –nd that.

• price-earnings ratio, defined as market value of equity divided by net income. A multiple that is negative according to these de finitions is set to a missing value. We also set the market-to-book ratio equal to a missing value if shareholders’ equity is smaller than $1 million.   Solutions manual for financial statement analysis 11th edition by subramanyam Managers have several potential incentives to manage earnings. First, managers that earn bonus payments as a function of reported earnings may manage earnings to maximize their bonus. each of the foregoing would have a negative impact on the quality of Canada.


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OmpleteanalysisT-rouldspecifythelossfunctionin a specificdecisioncontext."InadditionGonedes et al [,p] wrote,"There isa morefundamentaldeficiency inthese predictionper. Corporate Forecasts of Earnings per Share and Stock Price Behavior: Empirical Tests JAMES M.

PATELL* 1. Introduction The disclosure of corporate forecasts of projected annual earnings was a topic of intensive debate within the investment community during the years Questions of accuracy, objectivity, independent certifica. Basu and Markov () argue that a quadratic loss function may not be able to well explain the relationship between earnings forecasts and stocks' past returns.

As such, they propose to use a. Loss Function Assumptions in Rational Expectations Tests on Financial Analysts' Earnings Forecasts Article in SSRN Electronic Journal 38(1) February with Reads. Title: Corporate forecasts of earnings per share and stock price behavior: Empirical test: Publication Type: Journal Article: Year of Publication: Journal of Banking and Finance 4 () North-Holland Publishing Company FINANCIAL ANALYSTS' FORECASTS OF EARNINGS Their Value to Investors Dan GIVOLY and Josef LAKONISHOK Faculty of Management, Tel-Aviv University, Ramat-Aviv, Tel-Aviv, Israel Received Augustfinal version received December This paper attempts to determine whether financial analysts' Cited by: a consideration of the returns/earnings correlation, or the R2 of the regression of stock returns on earnings, as a measure of the information contribution of earnings to investors.5 3 Of course, the change in beliefs has to be sufficiently large to compensate for the transaction costs associated with the action.

Management earnings forecasts aim to increase decision-related information for investors and reduce information asymmetry to reduce the cost of capital. As sophisticated investors, analysts rely on both public and private information to make earnings forecasts, and thus they are more sensitive to the quality and quantity of by: 6.

important for investors. Earnings forecasts published voluntarily, convey information to investors about the firms which publish them and investors receive forecast information potentially available from all firms (Penman, ).

Therefore, there have hitherto been a lot. Over the past 12 years, financial analysts across the world have been optimistically wrong with their month earnings forecasts by %. This study may be the first of its kind to assess analyst earnings forecast accuracy at all listed companies across the globe, covering 70 : Andrew Stotz.

earnings forecasts of any type over the periodwhil, e Ball and Shivakumar - () report that less than 10% of nonearnings periods from include earnings forecasts. Beyer et al.

() report that only 29% of the Compustat/CRSP population issues even a single management earnings forecast for the period. An Empirical Research on the Relationship Between Earnings Forecasts Disclosure and Earnings Management 2, 34 () Google Scholar 8. Liu, C.: Earnings Preannouncement, Earnings Change and Auditors Governance by: 1.

We re-examine the widely held belief that analysts’ earnings per share (EPS) forecasts are superior to random walk (RW) time-series forecasts. We investigate whether analysts’ annual EPS forecasts are superior, and if so, under what conditions.

Simple RW EPS forecasts are more accurate than analysts’ forecasts over longer horizons, for smaller or younger firms, and when analysts forecast Cited by: forecast accuracy. While prior earnings management research has concluded that the market pays close attention to analyst earnings forecasts by rewarding (punishing) firms for meeting (missing) these benchmarks, which types of market participants are responsible for particular this market reaction remains unclear.

Book review: "Copula Methods in Finance", by U. Cherubini, E. Luciano and W Under this loss function optimal forecasts should be unbiased and forecast errors serially uncorrelated at the single period horizon with increasing variance as the forecast horizon grows.

An empirical application to the Federal Reserve's Greenbook forecasts is. earnings forecasts accompanied by cash flow forecasts are on average –% more accurate than the mean earnings forecast of all analysts following the firm, after controlling for other factors affecting earnings forecast Size: KB.

The disclosure of corporate forecasts of projected annual earnings was a topic of intensive debate within the investment community during the years Questions of accuracy, objectivity, independent certification, and investment utility were examined from a number of theoretic and pragmatic viewpoints.

Over the last year, a firm's earnings per share increased from $ to $, its dividends per share increased from $ to $, and its share price increased from $21 to $ The firm maintained a relative P/E of over the entire time period. Long-Term Earnings Growth Forecasts, Limited Attention, and Return Predictability Zhi Dayand Mitch Warachkaz January Abstract Long-term earnings expectations are critically important to stock price valuations.

We identify relative optimism and relative pessimism in long-term analyst forecasts by comparing these forecasts with implied short Cited by: 1. Richard A. Lambert (), Discussion of analysts’ treatment of non-recurring items in street earnings and loss function assumptions in rational expectations tests on financial analysts’ earnings forecasts, Journal of Accounting and Economics, (December), pp.

-advantages: stable, predictable dividends that send investors positive signals about the stability of future earnings. can be easily identifiable by investor clienteles -Disadvantages: might put pressure on management to pay more than it really should, which could weaken the firm or force it to delay profitable investments, to temporarily.Evidence That Management Earnings Forecasts Do Not Fully Incorporate design and empirical results, and Section 5 concludes the study.

2. LITERATURE REVIEW AND HYPOTHESIS DEVELOPMENT incentives can motivate managers to bias their earnings forecasts to mislead investors. For example, Rogers and Stocken () document that managers Cited by: 8.Bond credit rating is a comprehensive evaluation by credit rating agencies on the credit records, financial status and operating results of bond issuing companies.

Because of information asymmetry, bond credit rating is influenced by information disclosed by companies through earnings management and information forecasted by analysts as an independent third : Zi-jian Huang, Hui Huang, Yuan-yuan Song, Ting-yan Feng.