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Podcast Friday: personal investment policies

Every week brings a slew of new podcasts and videos. Meb Faber argues that podcasts are the perfect medium for discussions about finance and investing. […] The post Podcast Friday: personal investment policies appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Blue chips: big and trapped

Much has been made of the late about the woes facing some of America’s bluest of blue chips. In quick succession IBM ( $ IBM), McDonald’s ( $ MCD) […] The post Blue chips: big and trapped appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: all the tools you need

This is an early edition of the linkfest. We will catch back up this weekend. Enjoy. Quote of the day Ben Carlson, “You can’t simply […] The post Friday links: all the tools you need appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: a time to garden

Quote of the day Howard Lindzon, “Panics are good because they force people to rethink. It’s a forced time to garden.”  (Howard Lindzon) Chart of […] The post Tuesday links: a time to garden appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: competitive capitalism

Quote of the day James Surowiecki, “The situation [Netflix] is an unusually stark example of competitive capitalism in action: someone invents a new market and […] The post Monday links: competitive capitalism appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Ninth blogiversary

Today marks the ninth anniversary of the Abnormal Returns blog. In that time I have published some 4,800 posts and have garnered a dedicated following […] The post Ninth blogiversary appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: tops and bottoms

Quote of the day Vitalily Katsenelson, “Tops and bottoms are only obvious in the rearview mirror. You may feel you can time the market, but […] The post Sunday links: tops and bottoms appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: teaching grit

The weekend is a great time to catch up on some posts that were either too long or simply didn’t fit in during the week. […] The post Saturday links: teaching grit appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Podcast Friday: disrupting academia

Every week brings a slew of new podcasts and videos. You can also check out last week’s links. Tell us if there is anything we missed. […] The post Podcast Friday: disrupting academia appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Undervalued posts from the financial blogosphere

This post originally appeared at The Enterprising Investor blog hosted by the CFA Institute. The plan is to make this an ongoing series of posts […] The post Undervalued posts from the financial blogosphere appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: Gross’ Law

Today’s linkfest is a short one. For more check out posts by Matt Levine, MoneyBeat and FT Alphaville. John Gapper, “There is, however, a syndrome […] The post Thursday links: Gross’ Law appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: a tough job

You can keep up with all of our posts by signing up for our daily e-mail. Thousands of other readers already have. Don’t miss out! […] The post Wednesday links: a tough job appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: the irrefutable law

Quote of the day Tom Dorsey, “Why should I care about fundamentals, when ultimately, they all get funneled into price. The only ‘fundamental’ I believe […] The post Tuesday links: the irrefutable law appeared first on Abnormal Retur...

Monday links: avoiding terrible

Quote of the day Ben Carlson, “Diversification is about accepting good enough while missing out on great but avoiding terrible.”  (A Wealth of Common Sense) […] The post Monday links: avoiding terrible appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: realizing your limits

Quote of the day Morgan Housel, “Realizing the limits of your intelligence one of the most important skills in finance.”  (Motley Fool) Chart of the […] The post Sunday links: realizing your limits appeared first on Abnormal Returns...

Saturday links: staying on top

The weekend is a great time to catch up on some posts that were either too long or simply didn’t fit in during the week. […] The post Saturday links: staying on top appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: jumpin’ jobs growth

Quote of the day Bill McBride, “Right now 2014 is on pace to be the best year for both total and private sector job growth […] The post Friday links: jumpin’ jobs growth appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Liftoff Q&A with Joshua Brown of Ritholtz Wealth Management

Two, almost three, years ago when I was writing my book Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the Investment Blogosphere I noted the […] The post Liftoff Q&A with Joshua Brown of Ritholtz Wealth Management appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Podcast Friday: a risky business

Every week brings a slew of new podcasts and videos. We are planning to make this a regular feature. You can also check out last week’s […] The post Podcast Friday: a risky business appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saving vs. investing: the trade-off

It is a common statement in corporate finance that companies should invest in positive NPV, or net present value, projects to maximize shareholder wealth. Can […] The post Saving vs. investing: the trade-off appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

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