Are you one of the “investors” whom invest in stocks after reading the hot picks recommended by financial banks or advisers? By faith, you trust them for their superior knowledge and right away, you jump straight into your investment. However, the share price immediately starts to drop and regrets sets in instantly.

This might be the typical story that you hear from the streets while chatting with your friends, where the “recommendations” might just differ and changed to “news” or “rumors”. The only reason is because these “news” often lagged behind share price movements. Why is this so?

News directors and casters often do not have specialised knowledge in the functionality of the stock market. Their jobs are to attract viewers to their channel by offering information in return. To do so, these “information” must be carefully selected and presented to their type of audience such that they will continue to tune …