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Global Assets, 1900 – 2017

Via Credit Suisse   Meb Faber’s Idea Farm reminds us that the Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2018 should be oin your reading list. It is chock full of wonderful charts and tables and notes. Two images struck me as so very insightful and revealing. Show More Summary

10 New Year’s Eve Reads

My getting ready for a quiet cold New Year’s Eve, morning reads: • Stellar year for stocks; more highs forecast (Axios) • The Top Investment Podcasts of 2017 (Meb Faber) • Stock Buybacks: Separating Myth from Reality (Barron’s) • 11 Stocks Rattled by Amazon in 2017. Show More Summary

A Face for Podcasts

I am back in Phoenix for the winter. I will miss New York City. It was an awesome adventure. A few weeks ago my friend Meb Faber had me on his popular financial podcast. We talked about my investing style and Social Leverage. It is about...Show More Summary

The Best Investment Writing

I wanted to point you this morning towards an excellent compendium put together by Meb Faber, titled The Best Investment Writing. The book is a collection, smartly selected and edited, of previously published works from dozens of serious financial writers (full list below). Show More Summary

“If You Bet Too Much, You’ll Almost Certainly Be Ruined”

Meb Faber Podcast Episode #39: Source: Meb Faber The post “If You Bet Too Much, You’ll Almost Certainly Be Ruined” appeared first on The Big Picture.

Tuesday links: emotional scars

Notes: Meb Faber thinks Tony Robbin’s new book Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook is full of good advice but don’t actually let...

5 Investing Podcasts

    Nice write up by Wes Gray at the the WSJ of 5 Investing Podcasts You Should Listen To — they include: The Meb Faber Show Invest Like the Best The Investors Podcast Masters in Business Trend Following Radio Here’s the lovely write...Show More Summary

3rd Longest Bull Market DJIA, 1900-Present

I love this chart, by Leuthold via Meb Faber, showing the 3rd longest (but only 6th best) bull market in the Dow Jones Industrial Average:     Bull Markets In The Dow Jones Industrials, 1900 – Present click for ginormous graphic Source: Meb Faber   The post 3rd Longest Bull Market DJIA, 1900-Present appeared first on The Big Picture.

The Coppock Curve

Via Meb Faber’s Idea Farm, comes this chart of a somewhat obscure technical indicator, the Coppock Curve. Ned Davis Research has the specifics:  “After nearly two years of flat market action at the third highest level of valuation in...Show More Summary

Will Hedge Funds Change their Fee Structure?

I referenced a fascinating discussion in yesterday’s reads via Meb Faber about “delusional institutional investors” — but here are the specifics: “There is a relatively wide range of expected returns for hedge fund investments made in 2015. Show More Summary

10 Friday AM Reads

Heckuva week! Finish it strong with our free-range morning train reads: • Which Institution Has The Best Asset Allocation Model? (Meb Faber) • Complexity, Chaos and Chance (Above the Market) • The Real Bias at Facebook: Its newsfeedShow More Summary

A.M. Funds Roundup: Tax Consequences of Dividend Funds?

Links to the best reading in funds investing: Dividends could have cost you anywhere from 0.3% to over 3.0% in returns each year in since 1974 if stocks were parked in taxable accounts — Meb Faber, Meb Faber Research Low-volatility ETFs are in high demand – Josh Brown, Reformed Broker Hard to make a compelling […]

A.M. Funds Roundup: Cash-Heavy Hedge Funds and ‘Spaghetti-Against-the-Wall’ Fund Companies

Links to the best reading in funds investing: A defense of index investing — John Rekenthaler, Morningstar Hedge funds loved FANG, cash headed into 2016 — Chris Dieterich, Barron’s Six degrees of Ken Fisher — Meb Faber, Meb Faber Research OPEC is playing a dangerous game – Liam Denning, Bloomberg “Spearfishing hedge fund manager” Kyle […]

Thursday links: selling hubris

Book Q&A: Cinthia Murphy talks with Meb Faber about hedge fund closing and his new book Invest With the House: Hacking the...

Wednesday links: when markets fall

Book notes: Meb Faber’s Investing With the House: Hacking the Top Hedge Funds is a good introduction to hedge fund cloning.  (CXOAG)

Podcasts of the Year

Meb Faber and Tadas at Abnormal Returns put together their year end review, looking at the best blogposts and podcasts for 2015. Many of my colleagues and friends made the list. It is gratifying to me to work with, and know, many of the most talented people in the online financial universe. I am especially grateful for...Read More

Top posts from the financial blogosphere: 2015 edition

This year Meb Faber and I decided to ask a bunch of top finance and investment bloggers to list their favorite blog...

Masters in Business: Meb Faber of Cambria Investments

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Mebane Faber, chief investment officer of Cambria Investments. Faber explains how his investing approach has evolved from his days as a biotech analyst to becoming a quant “lite.”...Show More Summary

MiB: Meb Faber, Cambria Investments

This week, the “Masters in Business” radio podcast features Mebane Faber of Cambria Investments. In our extended podcast, Meb explains how his investing approach has developed over time, from when he was a biotech analyst to becoming a Quant “lite.”  He describes how ETFs are developed and marketed, and we also discuss his quantitative approach to tactical asset...Read More

Tuesday links: convincing investors

Book release: Meb Faber’s Global Asset Allocation: A Survey of the World’s Top Asset Allocation Strategists is now out and available for...

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