Proinsias O’Mahony writes the weekly Stocktake column in The Irish Times. He has contributed to a wide range of Irish and UK publications, and specialises in international stock markets, behavioural finance and all things investment.
Short-selling outfit claims to be motivated by Batman-like desire for corporate justice
Investors shrug off $8.9bn fine
With US earnings season about to start, it is no harm to learn how to decipher statements
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The top ranking companies in every sector go on to suffer years of underperformance, a US expert claims
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