Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani

Alfaisal University

Associate Professor of Accounting

P.O. Box 50927

Riyadh, 11533

Saudi Arabia

York University

Associate Professor of Accounting

4700 Keele Street

Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3

Canada

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Underreaction or Overreaction: The Post Earnings Announcement Drift

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 06 Apr 2014 Last Revised: 18 Aug 2017
Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani, Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani, David A. Dubofsky and Haitham Al-Zoubi
York UniversityAlfaisal University, University of Louisville - Department of Finance and Alfaisal University
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Earnings surprise; Initial SUE; Confirming SUE signals; Disconfirming SUE evidence; Overreaction; Price reversals

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It’s All Overreaction: Earning Momentum to Value/Growth

CAAA Annual Conference 2011
Number of pages: 2 Posted: 19 Jun 2010 Last Revised: 01 Dec 2011
Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani and Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani
York UniversityAlfaisal University
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Earnings signal consistency, Earnings momentum, Financial momentum, Price reversals, Investor overreactions, Investor psychology

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Does Bad Economic News Play a Greater Role in Shaping Investors’ Expectations than Good Economic News?

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 18 Jun 2010 Last Revised: 22 Jun 2010
Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani and Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani
York UniversityAlfaisal University
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Good and bad economic news, Return consistency, Shaping investors’ expectation, Consistent winners, Consistent losers, Momentum, Reversal

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Market Reaction to an Earnings Shock: A Test of the Conservatism Effect

CAAA Annual Conference 2012
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 16 Dec 2010 Last Revised: 08 Apr 2014
Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani and Abdulaziz M. Alwathainani
York UniversityAlfaisal University
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Earnings shock, Confirming earnings signals, Disconfirming earnings evidence, Conservatism effect, Overreaction, Price reversals