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Archived Since:February 5, 2008

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Tuesday links: usually worthless

Quote of the day Patrick O’Shaughnessy, “Predictions are everywhere in investing (price targets, GDP forecasts, S&P 500 earnings, EPS estimates, and so on), but they […] The post Tuesday links: usually worthless appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

What books Abnormal Returns readers purchased in August 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 August 2014 appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: valuation moralists

Read of the day @jesselivermore, “The market’s valuation is not set by any external standard for what “should” be the case. To the contrary, the […] The post Monday links: valuation moralists appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: trusting the market

This is a very early edition of the Sunday linkfest. We will catch back up after the Labor Day holiday. Quote of the day Morgan […] The post Sunday links: trusting the market appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: financial karma

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: financial karma appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: perception and reality

Quote of the day Ben Carlson, “Perception can make a huge difference in how we feel about our finances at different points in time.”  (A […] The post Friday links: perception and reality appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: a growth mindset

Quote of the day Salman Khan, “The Internet is a dream for someone with a growth mindset.”  (Khan Academy) Chart of the day Who said […] The post Thursday links: a growth mindset appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Moving past the active vs. passive debate

The active vs. passive debate has been going on as long as their has been index funds. That being said of late index funds and […] The post Moving past the active vs. passive debate appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: for what ends

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: for what ends appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: valueless portfolios

Quote of the day Joshua Brown, “Portfolios are now free – valueless. Advice, on the other hand, is invaluable– but only if it’s delivered with […] The post Tuesday links: valueless portfolios appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: statistical importance

Help us out by filling out this survey. You could win a free book! The small cap cycle may be played out.  (Crossing Wall Street) […] The post Monday links: statistical importance appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: asset allocation behaviors

Quote of the day James Osborne, “When we get down into the nitty-gritty details, there is no way to predict which asset allocation will provide […] The post Sunday links: asset allocation behaviors appeared first on Abnormal Returns...

Saturday links: spicy portfolios

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: spicy portfolios appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: talented graduates

On the bookshelf: Deep Value: Why Activist Investors and Other Contrarians Battle for Control of Losing Corporations Corporations by Tobias Carlisle. Felix Salmon, “No longer […] The post Friday links: talented graduates appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

App apathy

Earlier this week we wrote about the state of the app economy and the idea of how bundling and unbundling help define how software has […] The post App apathy appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: investing favors

Quote of the day David Merkel, “Like any other thing in investing, no one is out to do you a favor. New stock tends to […] The post Thursday links: investing favors appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: stationary over time

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: stationary over time appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: a big waste of time

On the bookshelf: @TimHarford “strongly recommends” Ed Catmull’s Creativity Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration. Quote of the […] The post Tuesday links: a big waste of time appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Bundling, unbundling and the app economy

Bad news for app developers. Consumers are downloading (and paying for) fewer apps in part because their basic needs have been largely covered by incumbents. […] The post Bundling, unbundling and the app economy appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Abnormal Returns on Yahoo Finance

the absorption of the financial blogosphere into Yahoo Finance is palpable — Barbarian Capital (@BarbarianCap) August 18, 2014 In case you have been living under […] The post Abnormal Returns on Yahoo Finance appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

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