Practical analysis for investment professionals

Rani Hoitash, PhD

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Rani Hoitash, PhD, is the John E. Rhodes Professor of Accountancy at Bentley University. Hoitash received his PhD in Accounting and Information Systems from Rutgers University. His work is published in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting & Economics, Journal of Financial Economics, Contemporary Accounting Research, Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Sloan Management Review, and several other journals. He recently served as an editor of auditing at A Journal of Practice and Theory and sat on the editorial boards of Contemporary Accounting Research and the Journal of Business Research.

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For the Analyst: Peer Benchmarking Methods to Improve Earnings Forecasts

Peer benchmarking is a vexing task for financial analysts but one that is critical for forecasting earnings. This straightforward measure can help find peers for relative performance, compensation, and valuation benchmarking.

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