Information Services Group (NASDAQ:III) shareholders are no doubt pleased to see that the share price has bounced 37% in the last month alone, although it is still down 14% over the last quarter. But shareholders may not all be feeling jubilant, since the share price is still down 31% in the last year.

All else being equal, a sharp share price increase should make a stock less attractive to potential investors. In the long term, share prices tend to follow earnings per share, but in the short term prices bounce around in response to short term factors (which are not always obvious). The implication here is that deep value investors might steer clear when expectations of a company are too high. Perhaps the simplest way to

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