Definition of momentum investors
Momentum investors invest in stocks whose price, earnings, or earnings estimates are advancing at a faster rate than the market or other stocks in the same sector. Momentum investors generally look for stocks experiencing upward earnings revisions or producing positive earnings surprises. Relatively high portfolio turnover rates due to a short-term (often quarterly) focus - tend to liquidate positions at the slightest hint of a disappointment or deceleration in earnings.
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