Wall Street Gibberish

Starting in 2001, quarterly client newsletters have featured an article that debunks the "wisdom" dispensed by the popular media, specialized financial venues, and noted market pundits. The examples of gibberish are often misleading usually because they are supported by precise and correct data. The presentation and interpretation of the numbers can be disingenuous, make inappropriate comparisons, or be designed to give an unrealistic impression.

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