Earnings Silly Season
Definition of 'Earnings Silly Season'
For example, a company's earnings may exceed expectations and yet the share price drops after the announcement. This obviously is a non-logical and "silly" response to the earnings report.
Many companies publish their earnings in April because their financial year ends on 31 December and it takes 3 months for the accountants to compile the figures.
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