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Friday links: buying at a discount

This is an early and incomplete edition of the linkfest. Check in this weekend for more linky goodness. Quote of the day Eddy Elfenbein, “Successful […] The post Friday links: buying at a discount appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: a good dose of volatility

Quote of the day Rick Ferri, “Volatility is not only common, it’s necessary. A good dose of higher VIX creates the pause that refreshes. It […] The post Thursday links: a good dose of volatility appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: financial calamities

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: financial calamities appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: implied correlations

Quote of the day Andrew Gelman, “Correlation does not even imply correlation.”  (Andrew Gelman) Chart of the day Where do you want to be on the […] The post Tuesday links: implied correlations appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: a stale diet

Quote of the day Brett Steenbarger, “If we’re not regularly surprised by what we read and discuss, the odds are good that our brain’s diet […] The post Monday links: a stale diet appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

There really never has been a better time to be an individual investor

This post originally ran over Barry Ritholtz’s The Big Picture while he was on holiday. If you missed it there here is your chance to […] The post There really never has been a better time to be an individual investor appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: dramatic and confident

Quote of the day Jeff Miller, “As you watch or read the news next week, you should realize the pressure on pundits to be bold, […] The post Sunday links: dramatic and confident appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: when returns happen

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: when returns happen appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

What books Abnormal Returns readers purchased in July 2014

A monthly post looking at what books Abnormal Returns readers purchased at Amazon in the prior month is a great way to scan the month’s […] The post What books Abnormal Returns readers purchased in July 2014 appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: harder than you think

Quote of the day Adam Grimes, “Daytrading is probably harder than you think and your chances of success, for any number of reasons, are a […] The post Friday links: harder than you think appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: no actionable information

Quote of the day Noah Smith, “Macro-tainment contains no actionable information.”  (Bloomberg View) Chart of the day Homebuilders have been having a rough time of […] The post Thursday links: no actionable information appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: losing their legitimacy

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: losing their legitimacy appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: reinventing the wheel

This is an early edition of the linkfest. Check back in tomorrow for more link goodness. Quote of the day Adam Grimes, “You do not […] The post Tuesday links: reinventing the wheel appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: mushy rhetoric

Quote of the day James Surowiecki, “It’s easy to be skeptical of the mushy rhetoric surrounding B corps. Yet the desire to balance profit and […] The post Monday links: mushy rhetoric appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: an enlightening event

Quote of the day Ben Carlson, “Admitting you don’t have it all figured out (and never will) can be an enlightening event for an investor because […] The post Sunday links: an enlightening event appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: staying private longer

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 private longer appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: exercising your strengths

Quote of the day Brett Steenbarger, “Some traders are attracted to markets as a way to exercise their strengths and some are attracted to markets […] The post Friday links: exercising your strengths appeared first on Abnormal Return...

Thursday links: understanding Wall Street

Quote of the day Chris Arnade, “Rules are made to be gamed, and games are played to be won. That is at the core of […] The post Thursday links: understanding Wall Street appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

6 Essential Principles from Pragmatic Capitalism by Cullen Roche

Cullen Roche at Pragmatic Capitalism has been a fixture on the financial blogging scene for some time now. He was named by Josh Brown as […] The post 6 Essential Principles from Pragmatic Capitalism by Cullen Roche appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: the multiplier effect

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: the multiplier effect appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

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