HARVARD MBA INDICATOR
An indicator stating the graduates’ percentage from Harvard Business School who take market sensitive positions in fields like venture capital, investment capital, and securities sales and trading. When 30% of a graduating class accepts positions in these fields, it is said to be a signal to sell stocks, and if less than 10%, however, it is a signal to buy stocks.
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