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'Reattachment' stocks have begun to outperform The dislocation of stock prices from underlying profitability since the financial crisis is well known. However, their reattachment is finally in full swing. [more]
Wall Street‘s dislocation gauge
Jim ReidLuke TemplemanSahil Mahtani
'Reattachment' stocks have begun to outperform The dislocation of stock prices from underlying profitability since the financial crisis is well known.