Intangible Assets , Information Complexity , and Analysts ’ Earnings Forecasts

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We examine the relation between analysts’ earnings forecasts and firms’ intangible assets, including technology-based intangibles, brand names, and recognized intangibles. We predict that high information complexity of intangible assets increases the difficulty for analysts to assimilate information and increases analysts’ forecast error of intangibles… (More)

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