“The explicit goal of the investigations … was to stop the publication of the abuse allegations against Weinstein that eventually emerged in the New York Times and The New Yorker. Over the course of a year, Weinstein had the agencies ‘target,’ or collect information on, dozens of individuals, and compile psychological profiles that sometimes focused on their personal or sexual histories. Weinstein monitored the progress of the investigations personally. He also enlisted former employees from his film enterprises to join in the effort, collecting names and placing calls that, according to some sources who received them, felt intimidating.”
When it comes to sentiment in the stock market, investors need to be careful. Those numbers, such as those from the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII), are based on surveys. At The Arora Report, our research shows that in this bull market, there are significant differences between what investors say and what they do. For this reason, the proprietary sentiment measures that we use at The Arora Report in our complex timing model give heavier weight to what investors are actually doing and less weight to what they are saying.