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Archived Since:February 5, 2008

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Four building blocks for investment success

Earlier this week I had a post up noting that despite the “monsters” of the personal finance industry there is a great amount of solid […] The post Four building blocks for investment success appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: human love of narrative

Quote of the day Barry Ritholtz, “The human love of narrative is a dangerous cognitive failing that constantly leads investors astray.”  (Bloomberg View) Chart of […] The post Friday links: human love of narrative appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: idiosyncratic positions

Quote of the day Howard Marks, “I’m convinced that everything that’s important in investing is counterintuitive, and everything that’s obvious is wrong. Staying with counterintuitive, […] The post Thursday links: idiosyncratic positions appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: simultaneous success

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: simultaneous success appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: an entertaining distraction

Quote of the day Carl Richards, “High-frequency trading isn’t about real life. It’s about Wall Street. It makes for an incredibly entertaining story, but it’s […] The post Tuesday links: an entertaining distraction appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Recency bias in fund flows

Yesterday Matt Boesler at Business Insider put up another edition of “The Most Important Charts in the World” which includes a scad of entries from […] The post Recency bias in fund flows appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: wildly cheap

Quote of the day John Authers, “From any given valuation, human nature being what it is, it is always possible for stocks to grow even […] The post Monday links: wildly cheap appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Avoiding the personal finance monsters

The world is awash in personal finance advice and commentary. There is no shortage of free (and paid) advice out there. While at the same […] The post Avoiding the personal finance monsters appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: passionate neglect

Quote of the day Brett Steenbarger, “One can be passionate about trading and yet completely neglect running a trading business, just as one can be […] The post Sunday links: passionate neglect appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: Millennial malaise

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: Millennial malaise appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: try doing nothing

Quote of the day Barry Ritholtz, “But you should be so lucky as to do no harm. Most of what you do is a negative […] The post Friday links: try doing nothing appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: skill and knowledge

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 Thursday links: skill and knowledge appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

What books Abnormal Returns readers purchased in March 2014

A monthly post looking at what books Abnormal Returns readers purchased at Amazon has become staple for the blog. Despite being released at the end […] The post What books Abnormal Returns readers purchased in March 2014 appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: high frequency arguments

This is an abbreviated version of our regular Tuesday linkfest. Thanks for checking in. How major asset classes have performed YTD.  (Capital Spectator) You can’t […] The post Tuesday links: high frequency arguments appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: a massive unwind

This is an abbreviated version of our regular Monday linkfest. Thanks for checking in. 2014 is turning out to be a “buy anything but America” […] The post Monday links: a massive unwind appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: mean reversion

This is an abbreviated version of our regular Sunday linkfest. Thanks for checking in. Why the stock market has been “meh” YTD.  (The Reformed Broker) […] The post Sunday links: mean reversion appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: psychological realism

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: psychological realism appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Flash Boys and the future of HFT

This is a big week for Michael Lewis and fans of his work. First it was reported that his book The Big Short is going […] The post Flash Boys and the future of HFT appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: avoiding unforced errors

Expect to hear a lot more about high frequency trading as Michael Lewis’ new book Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt hits the shelves.  (60 […] The post Friday links: avoiding unforced errors appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: your money, your decision

Quote of the day Carl Richards, “Your personal finance is not your neighbor’s, your brother-in-law’s, or that person’s on TV. It’s your money, and what […] The post Thursday links: your money, your decision appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

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