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Method and System for Measuring a Price of Information for Companies

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000247626D
Publication Date: 2016-Sep-21
Document File: 2 page(s) / 37K

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Nikolay Laptev: INVENTOR [+4]

Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for measuring a price of information for companies. The method and system collects information associated with companies such as, but need not be limited to, analyst opinions, earning announcements, investor attention at earnings announcements, earning surprises and subsequent quarter returns. Then, the method and system measures the price of information for the companies by measuring a volatility of the companies using a biased ranking.

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Method and System for Measuring a Price of Information for Companies

Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for measuring a price of information for companies.  The method and system collects information associated with companies such as, but need not be limited to, analyst opinions, earning announcements, investor attention at earnings announcements, earning surprises and subsequent quarter returns.  Then, the method and system measures the price of information for the companies by measuring a volatility of the companies using a biased ranking.

Description

Disclosed is a method and system for measuring a price of information needed for Investors.  The method and system collects information associated with companies such as, but need not be limited to, analyst opinions, earning announcements, investor attention at earnings announcements, earning surprises and subsequent quarter returns.  Then, the method and system measures the price of information for the companies by measuring a volatility of the companies using a biased ranking.    

The method and system utilizes a finance search database to collect information such as, but need not be limited to, analyst opinions, target prices, earnings and revenue estimates associated with companies.

Then, the method and system examines effects of an investor’s attention at financial reporting events.  The financial reporting events includes, but need not be limited to earnings announcements, subsequently quarter returns and management guidance.     

The method and system finds variation in the financial reporting events that describes earnings responses.  Also, the method and system determines relationship...