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2015

2015 STARMINE ANALYST AWARDS
METHODOLOGY FOR KOREA

StarMine objectively measures the performance of analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations. The 2015 awards for stock picking and earnings estimating for Korea are scored on the fiscal period that reported between 01 July 2014 and 30 June 2015. Only analyst performance on companies that are based in Korea is included in the awards calculations.

DATA SOURCE
StarMine’s awards for Korea are based on the recommendations as recorded in the Thomson Financial I/B/E/S database. StarMine uses the GICS (Global Industry Classification System) for its industry definitions. In some instances in Korea, the GICS has resulted in industries that are not large enough for ranking purposes. When this has been the case, StarMine has combined multiple industries to reflect the way analysts organize their coverage for Korea. For example, StarMine’s “Food & Personal Products” industry is a composite of the following GICS industries: Beverages; Food Products; Household Products; Personal Products; and Tobacco.

INDUSTRY STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award.

Calculation of Industry Excess Return: All analyst returns are calculated relative to the return on a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of all of the stocks in a given industry.

For comparison purposes, StarMine builds a non-leveraged portfolio for each analyst based on his recommendations. For each "Buy" recommendation, the portfolio is one unit long the stock and simultaneously one unit short the benchmark. The result gives the analyst credit for the amount by which the stock outperformed the benchmark. "Strong Buys" get a larger investment of two units long the stock and two units short the benchmark. "Holds" invest one unit in the benchmark (i.e., for an excess return of zero). "Sells" are the reverse: long the benchmark and short the stock. "Strong Sells" get a larger investment of two units long the benchmark and short the stock. The portfolio return is opportunity adjusted to facilitate a fair comparison of analyst performance regardless of their coverage universe.

The resulting portfolio is rebalanced each month and whenever the analyst adds coverage, drops coverage, or changes a rating.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for a 2015 Industry Stock Picking Award, an analyst must have met the following criteria:

(1) An analyst must have covered at least five stocks in a given industry throughout the awards period. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

(2) An analyst's industry return must have exceeded the return of the relevant industry benchmark. That is, his Industry Excess Return must be positive.

(3) An analyst must have delivered at least a 3-star performance on his overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERALL STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Overall Stock Picking Awards go to the top three qualifying analysts, based on overall excess return. To calculate overall excess return, StarMine uses the weighted average of each analyst's Industry Excess Returns, where weighting is based on the number of stocks the analyst covers in each industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the Overall Stock Picking awards, analysts must have covered at least five stocks. In addition, StarMine requires analysts to have earned at least a 5-star rating on their overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERVIEW OF EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
StarMine's proprietary metric, Single-stock Estimate Score (SES), measures the accuracy of each analyst's earnings forecasts. SES is a measure of relative accuracy; that is, analysts are compared against their peers. An analyst’s SES can range from 0 to 100, with 50 representing the average analyst. To get a score higher than 50, an analyst must make estimates that are both significantly different from and more accurate than other analysts' estimates.

SES takes into account many factors: the analyst's absolute forecast error, the analyst's error compared to other analysts, the variance of the analysts' errors, the timing of the estimates, and the absolute value of the actual earnings for the stock. SES is computed daily and aggregated to provide scores on individual stocks, industries (the Industry Estimate Score), and the analyst overall (the Overall Estimate Score).

INDUSTRY EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
To determine the winners of Industry Earnings Estimate Awards, StarMine ranks qualifying analysts based on their Industry Estimate Score for the stocks in a specific industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for this ranking, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout the awards period. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

OVERALL EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
The ten qualifying analysts with the highest Overall Estimate Scores earn StarMine’s Overall Earnings Estimate Awards.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for StarMine's Top Overall list, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout the awards period.

BEST BROKER AWARDS
The brokers that have collected the most individual analyst awards earn a place on the Best Brokers list.

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2014

2014 STARMINE ANALYST AWARDS*
METHODOLOGY FOR KOREA

*(based on 2013 results)

StarMine objectively measures the performance of analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations. The 2014 awards for Korea are based on the 2013 calendar-year performance of recommendations on companies that are based in Korea. The 2014 awards for estimating performance are scored on the fiscal period that reported between 01 May 2013 and 30 April 2014 (typically FY December 2013). Only analyst performance on companies that are based in Korea is included in the awards calculations.

DATA SOURCE
StarMine’s awards for Korea are based on the recommendations as recorded in the Thomson Financial I/B/E/S database. StarMine uses the GICS (Global Industry Classification System) for its industry definitions. In some instances in Korea, the GICS has resulted in industries that are not large enough for ranking purposes. When this has been the case, StarMine has combined multiple industries to reflect the way analysts organize their coverage for Korea. For example, StarMine’s “Food & Personal Products” industry is a composite of the following GICS industries: Beverages; Food Products; Household Products; Personal Products; and Tobacco.br>
INDUSTRY STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award.br>
Calculation of Industry Excess Return: All analyst returns are calculated relative to the return on a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of all of the stocks in a given industry.

For comparison purposes, StarMine builds a non-leveraged portfolio for each analyst based on his recommendations. For each "Buy" recommendation, the portfolio is one unit long the stock and simultaneously one unit short the benchmark. The result gives the analyst credit for the amount by which the stock outperformed the benchmark. "Strong Buys" get a larger investment of two units long the stock and two units short the benchmark. "Holds" invest one unit in the benchmark (i.e., for an excess return of zero). "Sells" are the reverse: long the benchmark and short the stock. "Strong Sells" get a larger investment of two units long the benchmark and short the stock. The portfolio return is opportunity adjusted to facilitate a fair comparison of analyst performance regardless of their coverage universe.

The resulting portfolio is rebalanced each month and whenever the analyst adds coverage, drops coverage, or changes a rating.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for a 2014 Industry Stock Picking Award, an analyst must have met the following criteria:

(1) An analyst must have covered at least five stocks in a given industry throughout 2013. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

(2) An analyst's industry return must have exceeded the return of the relevant industry benchmark. That is, his Industry Excess Return must be positive.

(3) An analyst must have delivered at least a 3-star performance on his overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERALL STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Overall Stock Picking Awards go to the top three qualifying analysts, based on overall excess return. To calculate overall excess return, StarMine uses the weighted average of each analyst's Industry Excess Returns, where weighting is based on the number of stocks the analyst covers in each industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the Overall Stock Picking awards, analysts must have covered at least five stocks. In addition, StarMine requires analysts to have earned at least a 5-star rating on their overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERVIEW OF EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
StarMine's proprietary metric, Single-stock Estimate Score (SES), measures the accuracy of each analyst's earnings forecasts. SES is a measure of relative accuracy; that is, analysts are compared against their peers. An analyst’s SES can range from 0 to 100, with 50 representing the average analyst. To get a score higher than 50, an analyst must make estimates that are both significantly different from and more accurate than other analysts' estimates.

SES takes into account many factors: the analyst's absolute forecast error, the analyst's error compared to other analysts, the variance of the analysts' errors, the timing of the estimates, and the absolute value of the actual earnings for the stock. SES is computed daily and aggregated to provide scores on individual stocks, industries (the Industry Estimate Score), and the analyst overall (the Overall Estimate Score).

INDUSTRY EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
To determine the winners of Industry Earnings Estimate Awards, StarMine ranks qualifying analysts based on their Industry Estimate Score for the stocks in a specific industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for this ranking, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout the awards period. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

OVERALL EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
The ten qualifying analysts with the highest Overall Estimate Scores earn StarMine’s Overall Earnings Estimate Awards.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for StarMine's Top Overall list, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout the awards period.

BEST BROKER AWARDS
The brokers that have collected the most individual analyst awards earn a place on the Best Brokers list.

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2013

2013 STARMINE ANALYST AWARDS*
METHODOLOGY FOR KOREA

*(based on 2012 results)

StarMine objectively measures the performance of analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations. The 2013 awards for Korea are based on the 2012 calendar-year performance of recommendations on companies that are based in Korea.

DATA SOURCE
StarMine's awards for Korea are based on the recommendations as recorded in the Thomson Financial I/B/E/S database. StarMine uses the GICS (Global Industry Classification System) for its industry definitions. In some instances in Korea, the GICS has resulted in industries that are not large enough for ranking purposes. When this has been the case, StarMine has combined multiple industries to reflect the way analysts organize their coverage for Korea. For example, StarMine's "Food & Personal Products" industry is a composite of the following GICS industries: Beverages; Food Products; Household Products; Personal Products; and Tobacco.

INDUSTRY STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award.

Calculation of Industry Excess Return: All analyst returns are calculated relative to the return on a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of all of the stocks in a given industry.

For comparison purposes, StarMine builds a non-leveraged portfolio for each analyst based on his recommendations. For each "Buy" recommendation, the portfolio is one unit long the stock and simultaneously one unit short the benchmark. The result gives the analyst credit for the amount by which the stock outperformed the benchmark. "Strong Buys" get a larger investment of two units long the stock and two units short the benchmark. "Holds" invest one unit in the benchmark (i.e., for an excess return of zero). "Sells" are the reverse: long the benchmark and short the stock. "Strong Sells" get a larger investment of two units long the benchmark and short the stock. The portfolio return is opportunity adjusted to facilitate a fair comparison of analyst performance regardless of their coverage universe.

The resulting portfolio is rebalanced each month and whenever the analyst adds coverage, drops coverage, or changes a rating.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for a 2013 Industry Stock Picking Award, an analyst must have met the following criteria:

(1) An analyst must have covered at least five stocks in a given industry throughout 2012. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

(2) An analyst's industry return must have exceeded the return of the relevant industry benchmark. That is, his Industry Excess Return must be positive.

(3) An analyst must have delivered at least a 3-star performance on his overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERALL STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Overall Stock Picking Awards go to the top three qualifying analysts, based on overall excess return. To calculate overall excess return, StarMine uses the weighted average of each analyst's Industry Excess Returns, where weighting is based on the number of stocks the analyst covers in each industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the Overall Stock Picking awards, analysts must have covered at least five stocks. In addition, StarMine requires analysts to have earned at least a 5-star rating on their overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

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2012

 

2012 StarMine Analyst Awards*
Methodology for Korea
*(based on 2011 results)

StarMine objectively measures the performance of analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations. The 2012 awards for Korea are based on the 2011 calendar-year performance of recommendations on companies that are based in Korea.

Data Source
StarMine's awards for Korea are based on the recommendations as recorded in the Thomson Financial I/B/E/S database. StarMine uses the GICS (Global Industry Classification System) for its industry definitions. In some instances in Korea, the GICS has resulted in industries that are not large enough for ranking purposes. When this has been the case, StarMine has combined multiple industries to reflect the way analysts organize their coverage for Korea. For example, StarMine's "Food & Personal Products" industry is a composite of the following GICS industries: Beverages; Food Products; Household Products; Personal Products; and Tobacco.

Industry Stock Picking Awards
Analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award.

Calculation of Industry Excess Return: All analyst returns are calculated relative to the return on a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of all of the stocks in a given industry.

For comparison purposes, StarMine builds a non-leveraged portfolio for each analyst based on his recommendations. For each "Buy" recommendation, the portfolio is one unit long the stock and simultaneously one unit short the benchmark. The result gives the analyst credit for the amount by which the stock outperformed the benchmark. "Strong Buys" get a larger investment of two units long the stock and two units short the benchmark. "Holds" invest one unit in the benchmark (i.e., for an excess return of zero). "Sells" are the reverse: long the benchmark and short the stock. "Strong Sells" get a larger investment of two units long the benchmark and short the stock. The portfolio return is opportunity adjusted to facilitate a fair comparison of analyst performance regardless of their coverage universe.

The resulting portfolio is rebalanced each month and whenever the analyst adds coverage, drops coverage, or changes a rating.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for a 2012 Industry Stock Picking Award, an analyst must have met the following criteria:

(1) An analyst must have covered at least five stocks in a given industry throughout 2010. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

(2) An analyst's industry return must have exceeded the return of the relevant industry benchmark. That is, his Industry Excess Return must be positive.

(3) An analyst must have delivered at least a 3-star performance on his overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

Overall Stock Picking Awards
Overall Stock Picking Awards go to the top three qualifying analysts, based on overall excess return. To calculate overall excess return, StarMine uses the weighted average of each analyst's Industry Excess Returns, where weighting is based on the number of stocks the analyst covers in each industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the Overall Stock Picking awards, analysts must have covered at least five stocks. In addition, StarMine requires analysts to have earned at least a 5-star rating on their overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

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2011

 

2011 STARMINE ANALYST AWARDS*
METHODOLOGY FOR KOREA

*(based on 2010 results)

StarMine objectively measures the performance of analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations and the accuracy of their earnings estimates. The 2011 awards for Korea are based on the 2010 calendar-year performance of recommendations and estimates on companies that are based in Korea.

DATA SOURCE
StarMine's awards for Korea are based on the estimates and recommendations as recorded in the Thomson Financial I/B/E/S database. StarMine uses the GICS (Global Industry Classification System) for its industry definitions. In some instances in Korea, the GICS has resulted in industries that are not large enough for ranking purposes. When this has been the case, StarMine has combined multiple industries to reflect the way analysts organize their coverage for Korea. For example, StarMine's "Food & Personal Products" industry is a composite of the following GICS industries: Beverages; Food Products; Household Products; Personal Products; and Tobacco.

INDUSTRY STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award.

Calculation of Industry Excess Return: All analyst returns are calculated relative to the return on a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of all of the stocks in a given industry.

For comparison purposes, StarMine builds a non-leveraged portfolio for each analyst based on his recommendations. For each "Buy" recommendation, the portfolio is one unit long the stock and simultaneously one unit short the benchmark. The result gives the analyst credit for the amount by which the stock outperformed the benchmark. "Strong Buys" get a larger investment of two units long the stock and two units short the benchmark. "Holds" invest one unit in the benchmark (i.e., for an excess return of zero). "Sells" are the reverse: long the benchmark and short the stock. "Strong Sells" get a larger investment of two units long the benchmark and short the stock. The portfolio return is opportunity adjusted to facilitate a fair comparison of analyst performance regardless of their coverage universe.

The resulting portfolio is rebalanced each month and whenever the analyst adds coverage, drops coverage, or changes a rating.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for a 2011 Industry Stock Picking Award, an analyst must have met the following criteria:

  1. An analyst must have covered at least five stocks in a given industry throughout 2010. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.
  2. An analyst's industry return must have exceeded the return of the relevant industry benchmark. That is, his Industry Excess Return must be positive.
  3. An analyst must have delivered at least a 3-star performance on his overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERALL STOCK PICKING AWARDS
Overall Stock Picking Awards go to the top three qualifying analysts, based on overall excess return. To calculate overall excess return, StarMine uses the weighted average of each analyst's Industry Excess Returns, where weighting is based on the number of stocks the analyst covers in each industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the Overall Stock Picking awards, analysts must have covered at least five stocks. In addition, StarMine requires analysts to have earned at least a 5-star rating on their overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

OVERVIEW OF EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
StarMine's proprietary metric, Single-stock Estimate Score (SES), measures the accuracy of each analyst's earnings forecasts. SES is a measure of relative accuracy; that is, analysts are compared against their peers. An analyst's SES can range from 0 to 100, with 50 representing the average analyst. To get a score higher than 50, an analyst must make estimates that are both significantly different from and more accurate than other analysts' estimates.

SES takes into account many factors: the analyst's absolute forecast error, the analyst's error compared to other analysts, the variance of the analysts' errors, the timing of the estimates, and the absolute value of the actual earnings for the stock. SES is computed daily and aggregated to provide scores on individual stocks, industries (the Industry Estimate Score), and the analyst overall (the Overall Estimate Score).

INDUSTRY EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
To determine the winners of Industry Earnings Estimate Awards, StarMine ranks qualifying analysts based on their Industry Estimate Score for the stocks in a specific industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for this ranking, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout 2010. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

OVERALL EARNINGS ESTIMATE AWARDS
The three qualifying analysts with the highest Overall Estimate Scores earn StarMine's Overall Earnings Estimate Awards.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for StarMine's Top Three list, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout 2010.

NON-PARTICIPATING BROKERS
The following broker did not participate in the 2011 Analyst Awards for Korea: CLSA.

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2010

 
StarMine Analyst Awards Methodology
StarMine objectively measures the performance of analysts based on the returns of their buy/sell recommendations and the accuracy of their earnings estimates. The 2010 awards for Korea are based on the 2009 calendar-year performance of recommendations and estimates on companies that are based in Korea.

Data Source
StarMine's awards for Korea are based on the estimates and recommendations as recorded in the Thomson Financial I/B/E/S database. StarMine uses the GICS (Global Industry Classification System) for its industry definitions. In some instances in Korea, the GICS has resulted in industries that are not large enough for ranking purposes. When this has been the case, StarMine has combined multiple industries to reflect the way analysts organize their coverage for Korea. For example, StarMine's "Food & Personal Products" industry is a composite of the following GICS industries: Beverages; Food Products; Household Products; Personal Products; and Tobacco.

Industry Stock Picking Awards
Analysts are ranked according to their Industry Excess Return, computed from a portfolio simulation that measures each analyst relative to an industry-based benchmark. The top three qualifying analysts in each industry receive an award.

Calculation of Industry Excess Return: All analyst returns are calculated relative to the return on a market capitalization-weighted portfolio of all of the stocks in a given industry.

For comparison purposes, StarMine builds a non-leveraged portfolio for each analyst based on his recommendations. For each "Buy" recommendation, the portfolio is one unit long the stock and simultaneously one unit short the benchmark. The result gives the analyst credit for the amount by which the stock outperformed the benchmark. "Strong Buys" get a larger investment of two units long the stock and two units short the benchmark. "Holds" invest one unit in the benchmark (i.e., for an excess return of zero). "Sells" are the reverse: long the benchmark and short the stock. "Strong Sells" get a larger investment of two units long the benchmark and short the stock. The portfolio return is opportunity adjusted to facilitate a fair comparison of analyst performance regardless of their coverage universe.

The resulting portfolio is rebalanced each month and whenever the analyst adds coverage, drops coverage, or changes a rating.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for a 2010 Industry Stock Picking Award, an analyst must have met the following criteria:
  1. An analyst must have covered at least five stocks in a given industry throughout 2009. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.
  2. An analyst's industry return must have exceeded the return of the relevant industry benchmark. That is, his Industry Excess Return must be positive.
  3. An analyst must have delivered at least a 3-star performance on his overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.
Overall Stock Picking Awards
Overall Stock Picking Awards go to the top three qualifying analysts, based on overall excess return. To calculate overall excess return, StarMine uses the weighted average of each analyst's Industry Excess Returns, where weighting is based on the number of stocks the analyst covers in each industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the overall stock-picking awards, analysts must have covered at least five stocks. In addition, StarMine requires analysts to have earned at least a 5-star rating on their overall coverage (i.e., for all industries covered), as measured by StarMine's Coverage-Relative Rating.

Overview of Earnings Estimate Awards
StarMine's proprietary metric, Single-stock Estimate Score (SES), measures the accuracy of each analyst's earnings forecasts. SES is a measure of relative accuracy; that is, analysts are compared against their peers. An analyst's SES can range from 0 to 100, with 50 representing the average analyst. To get a score higher than 50, an analyst must make estimates that are both significantly different from and more accurate than other analysts' estimates.

SES takes into account many factors: the analyst's absolute forecast error, the analyst's error compared to other analysts, the variance of the analysts' errors, the timing of the estimates, and the absolute value of the actual earnings for the stock. SES is computed daily and aggregated to provide scores on individual stocks, industries (the Industry Estimate Score), and the analyst overall (the Overall Estimate Score).

Industry Earnings Estimate Awards
To determine the winners of Industry Earnings Estimate Awards, StarMine ranks qualifying analysts based on their Industry Estimate Score for the stocks in a specific industry.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for this ranking, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout 2009. If an industry has fewer than 15 stocks, an analyst must have covered a minimum of three stocks or 1/3 of the stocks in the industry, whichever is greater.

Overall Earnings Estimate Awards
The three qualifying analysts with the highest Overall Estimate Scores earn StarMine's Overall Earnings Estimate Awards.

Qualification Criteria: To qualify for StarMine's Top Three list, an analyst must have had coverage on at least five stocks throughout 2009.

Top Ten Brokers
The three brokers whose analysts or research teams win the most individual analyst awards appear on the list of Top Brokers.
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