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Even fraud-savvy investors often look for the wrong red flags, study says




New research identifies the types of investors who are vigilant about corporate fraud, but finds that most of those investors are tracking the wrong red flags – meaning the warning signs they look for are clear only after it’s too late to protect their investment. The work was performed by researchers at North Carolina State University, George Mason University, the University of Virginia and the University of Cincinnati.

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Even fraud-savvy investors often look for the wrong red flags, study says

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