Archive for March 21st, 2006

Stock Sales by Households Outpace Buybacks

The Federal Reserve national flow of funds accounts (Tables F100, F102, and L102), show that over the last five years, net sales of corporate equities by U.S. households proceeded faster than corporations could match with buyback programs. […]

Why Stock Buybacks May Not Be a ‘Buy Signal’

Many investors have finally caught on that stock buybacks are a manipulative device used by company management to increase market levels and give value to stock options. Now, there are newsletters that inform short-term traders when companies announce equity repurchase programs. The idea is to buy on the announcement and sell as prices rise. This might […]

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