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Learn This Little-Known Insight About Stock Prices and Earnings

Should you buy stocks when corporate earnings are good or bad?

by Bob Stokes
Updated: January 04, 2018

Investors in the DJIA would have scored a 285% increase IF they had bought the index on March 9, 2009 -- when S&P companies were reporting losses, not gains.

That's right -- the widespread notion that corporate earnings drive stock prices is a myth -- yet, this is just one in a long list of market myths.

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