Category Archives: Bankruptcy

Professor Edward Altman’s Z-Score Measure is Featured

The following is an excerpt from USA Today: Ever hear of the Altman Z-Score? If not, it’s time to start – just ask investors in Caesars Entertainment (CZR). Caesars’ shares Thursday are down nearly 8% to $11.72 on news one … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Professor Edward Altman’s Research on Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is Cited

The following is an excerpt from the Wall Street Journal: Through data collected from 1984 to 2013, New York University Professor Edward Altman found two factors are most indicative of a debtor filing again: its profitability upon its first emergence … Continue reading

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Professor Ed Altman’s Z-Score is Featured

The following is an excerpt from USA Today: Does it seem you’re the last to know when a company is in serious financial trouble and end up holding the worthless stock? There’s an early warning system all investors need to … Continue reading

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Professor Ed Altman’s Research on Bond Defaults is Cited

The following is an excerpt from Forbes. If Energy Future Holdings files for bankruptcy, a buying opportunity may arise in the iShares iBoxx High Yield Corporate Bond ETF (HYG). This would be strictly a short-term trade, appropriate only for aggressive … Continue reading

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Ed Altman’s Bankruptcy Research is Highlighted

The following is an excerpt from Chicago Tribune:  (Reuters) – Global Aviation Holdings Inc may not be a household name, but it should be familiar to bankruptcy lawyers. On Tuesday, the charter air transport firm filed what is likely a … Continue reading

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