Earnings Season Arrives With Thud After Stock Investors Cut RiskBy
An iShares ETF tied to earnings quality saw record inflows
The S&P 500 dropped 1.2% in brutal start to earnings season
Investors who plowed money into an exchange-traded fund designed to weed out companies with the shakiest profits looked prescient Tuesday when U.S. stocks staged one of their worst starts to an earnings season since the bull market began.
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