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Phil Pearlman Official Account Joined Jul 14, 2009

Interactive Editor, Yahoo! Finance

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    In a December 1997 issue of Barron's, a Merrill Lynch poll found that the top strategy among 122 institutions surveyed was to buy stocks of companies that exceed earnings expectations and sell the companies that fall short.