Market Maven

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Market Maven

Informal; a well-connected or knowledgeable investor or analyst who is known as a leader in giving accurate and timely opinions on the performance of one or more securities. Some investors may watch the moves of market mavens and allow them to influence their own investment decisions.
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The researchers demonstrated the existence of market mavens (i.
The researchers also profile online market mavens, apply the open source philosophy to scientific entrepreneurship, and make the case for an integrated business model innovation approach.
Market mavens are recognized by other consumers for a generalized marketplace expertise across a wide range of product classes in contrast to opinion leaders that tend to focus on a narrow range of product classes (Feick & Price, 1987).
Feick and Price (1987) found that market mavens exist, recognize themselves as such, and are so recognized by others.
Although market mavens report that distributors are becoming more cautious and calculating about what they buy, standout pictures with obvious commercial potential can still sell strongly even before a frame is shot.
The market mavens will say, 'Tough noogies, but you picked the wrong company to work for.
com, says that not only can he get a premium CPM for that kind of precision targeting, but that it also broadens his site's appeal because now he can show that he not only has an audience of stock market mavens but also travel or car fans.
As usual, we put together a panel of market mavens who can decipher today's investment climate.
These stock market mavens represent an attractive customer to online brokerages, who want the business these heavily juggled portfolios bring.
The Financial Center is the home of "Wall Street's Market Mavens.
Market mavens present an important market target because they are likely to influence the buying decisions of a variety of people who seek and/or receive their advice.
com, offers investors the opportunity to read what market mavens think of market conditions.