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  • "Having solid cornerstone investors will help raise their profile but won't hide the fact that the sector is underperforming," said Wong, referring to beaten-down clean tech stocks on the Hong Kong exchange.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Many companies have been starting or enhancing their repurchasing programs lately, some as a way of putting accumulated cash to work increasing shareholder value and others to take advantage of beaten-down share prices.

    Dell Sets $5 Billion Buyback

  • Andrew Roberts Popularized decades ago, the January Effect—the idea that small and beaten-down stocks outperform larger and stronger ones during the first month of the year—has tantalized investors looking for a way to game the market.

    Playing the 'January Effect'

  • The reversal bears some of the hallmarks of the January effect, a market anomaly in which small and beaten-down stocks outperform larger and stronger ones during the first month of the year.

    2011's Winners Tank in 2012

  • In 2008, as another bear market set in, Mr. Lange tried to replicate his early-decade strategy of buying beaten-down stocks—this time in financials, among others.

    Fidelity Magellan Gets New Helmsman

  • Activity was subdued in the region amid holiday-thinned trade, with investors buying into some of the recently beaten-down stocks, or selling out for the flexibility of cash heading into 2012.

    Asian Shares Rise Slightly

  • For example, the Servant Girl should look beaten-down.

    Times Squared

  • That is because managers are unlikely to dump beaten-down stocks that have started rallying.

    Playing the 'January Effect'

  • Staples SPLS, $13.89: An improving economic picture will help lift the fortunes of this beaten-down office-products giant.

    Sandra Ward's Selections

  • However, it probably is a good time to pounce on any beaten-down stocks you like.

    Now That's Performance Art


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