Kelly A. McGuire

PEAD Primer: Analyzing Hospitality Stocks

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Noreen Seebacher   2/4/2013 9:29:52 AM
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I just hope investors use the analytics wisely, and still focus on the long-term rather than short-term movements generated by news.

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Kelly A. McGuire   1/31/2013 1:31:51 PM
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Glad you liked this blog!  I had pretty much zero background in the financial markets before I read this paper, and I did find this very interesting. You'll enjoy the paper, and the webcast, if you get a chance to watch.  Pam is very bright, and she does a great job of explaining things at a very understandable level!

 

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Maryam@Impact   1/31/2013 11:59:26 AM
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Kelly when I worked in the  hospitality industry I was always fascinated by their movement on stock price, it is very different from other industries where valuation is largely based on the company. Hospitality valuation has a myriad of macroeconomic factors that impact the entire industry so even if you are working with a very healthy company the overall industry has its play on your stock price. I am excited to read this and learn more about the modeling involved, thanks for sharing this.

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