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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.

Performance measurement: the bare minimum

Nobel prize winner in Economics Robert Shiller was interviewed in the Wall Street Journal. The whole thing is worth a read but there was a […] The post Performance measurement: the bare minimum appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Wednesday links: mimicking strategies

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: mimicking strategies appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: getting what you pay for

Quote of the day Barry Ritholtz, “If you follow the stock advice of anonymous bloggers, you pretty much get what you pay for.”  (Bloomberg View) […] The post Tuesday links: getting what you pay for appeared first on Abnormal Returns...

Monday links: concrete gold

Quote of the day Claire Jones, “For Germans these days, some things that do not glitter are gold. A property boom across the biggest cities […] The post Monday links: concrete gold appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: a turf war

On the bookshelf: The Little Book of Market Wizards: Lessons from the Greatest Traders by Jack Schwager. Quote of the day Howard Lindzon, “This is […] The post Sunday links: a turf war appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Mutual fund performance still matters

The age of the superstar mutual fund manager are over. That era seemed to come to a close with the end of the Internet bubble. […] The post Mutual fund performance still matters appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Saturday links: automatic corporations

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: automatic corporations appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

The upside of bubbles

In today’s edition of “Is it a bubble?” are the biotechs. Jason Goepfert at SentimenTrader has a great graphic up today showing the rapid expansion […] The post The upside of bubbles appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Friday links: life as sport

Quote of the day Jason Kottke, “Coffee, like almost everything else these days, is a sport.”  (kottke) Chart of the day Historical market performance by […] The post Friday links: life as sport appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Thursday links: embedded bias

Quote of the day James Picerno, “Because every portfolio strategy, no matter how exotic, extreme or clever has an embedded bias related to asset allocation. […] The post Thursday links: embedded bias appeared first on Abnormal Retur...

Wednesday links: thinking for themselves

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: thinking for themselves appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Margin by any other name

Leverage kills portfolios. Even a cursory glance back at the financial crisis highlights the dangers of leverage for professional and amateur investors alike. In my […] The post Margin by any other name appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Tuesday links: investor over-optimism

This is an early (and incomplete) edition of the linkfest. We will catch back up tomorrow. Good luck out there. Timothy Taylor, “..adding more fine […] The post Tuesday links: investor over-optimism appeared first on Abnormal Return...

Portfolio managers not traders

A few years ago under much more turbulent market conditions I noted that: 99% of people don’t want to trade. I don’t know whether the […] The post Portfolio managers not traders appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Monday links: setting expectations

Quote of the day Joshua Brown, “So how can a professional avoid getting caught up in the next asset bubble? I’ve learned that taking on […] The post Monday links: setting expectations appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

Sunday links: dwelling on process

Quote of the day Robert Seawright, “In all probabilistic fields, like investing and gambling, the best performers dwell on process.”  (Above the Market) Chart of […] The post Sunday links: dwelling on process appeared first on Abnormal Returns.

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