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Links for You

19 October 2013 - 17:21 pm



Below Links ,We had Read in Last 24 Hours !


What We’ve Learned from the Financial Crisis (Harvard Business Review)
• Jay Z Has the Room (Vanity Fair)
• The secrets of shopping (Capital Ideas)
• In defense of the EMH (Noahpinion)
• The Year of Living Carlos Dangerously (GQ)
• 5 ways to maximize your cognitive potential (Scientific American)
• The Soaring Cost of a Simple Breath (NYT)
• Ezra Klein: Thus Far, Obamacare a ‘Big Failure’ (The Cornerbut see The Truth About Obamacare and How It Solves the Suffering of the Insured (Vanity Fair)
• Machines Gauging Your Star Potential Automate HR Hiring (Bloomberg)
• What You Need to Know About the Toxins in Your Groceries (Discover)

Just how rich are small caps?  (MoneyBeat)

Europe is on a tear.  (Charts etc.)

The state of the junk bond market.  (Economist)

How much lower can corn go?  (Attain Capital)

Low correlations are not all they are cracked up to be.  (Mebane Faber)

Avoid companies that are too chummy with select analysts.  (Unexpected Returns)

Carl Icahn has his very own activist investor.  (Turnkey Analyst)

How are investors to sort through thousands of ‘motifs‘?  (Focus on Funds)

Does Twitter have a patent problem?  (Bloomberg)

Athletes are now going public:  risk factors abound.  (Dealbook)

Americans need a simpler retirement system.  (Marketwatch)

In the aftermath of the shutdown.  (A Dash of InsightFT Alphaville)

What you may have missed in our Thursday linkfest.  (Abnormal Returns)

How to manage decision fatigue.  (Outside via @pkedrosky)

11 reasons to drink coffee daily.  (Huffington Post)

14 surefire signs you’re part of Finance Twitter.  (Buzzfeed)

Italians are losing their taste for pasta.  (WSJ)

Have a hangover?  Drink Sprite.  (Huffington Post)

Ten years in Steve Bartman is still keeping a low profile.  (NYTimes)

Buzzfeed wants to go global with real-time translations.  (WSJ)

Thought For A Day

17 September 2013 - 0:02 am


What We had Read in Last 24 Hrs

20 April 2013 - 9:24 am

linkSummary of Viking Global’s Q1 letter [Institutional Investor's Alpha]

Breaking into the hedge fund world is harder than before [The Economist]

SEC hedge fund ad rule no closer to finalization [Marketwatch]

Japan as hedge fund opportunity [AllAboutAlpha] 

Dan Loeb simultaneously solicits, betrays pension funds [Rolling Stone]

Paulson’s Advantage fund stung by plunge in gold [Reuters]

Scalable strategies should follow long only equities example and cut fees [COO Connect] 

Global hedge fund assets top $2.2 trillion as big firms dominate [BCA Research]

Ranking the best sell-side stockpickers [WSJ] 

Och-Ziff nets $2 billion trade [WSJ] 

JANA Partners statement at Agrium annual meeting [Yahoo Finance]  >> Read More

Links for You

07 April 2013 - 8:59 am


Regulatory Moneyball: What Washington Can Learn From Sports Geeks (Foreign Affairs)

• Chess and 18th Century artificial intelligence (BBC)
• Three days that saved the world financial system (The Washington Post)
• What is an economic equilibrium? (Noahpinion)
• Diamonds Are Bullshit (Priceonomics)
• The Meme Hustler (The Baffler)
• The Average Human Vagina (Double X Science)
• Is There Life After Fifty for a Songwriter? (The Ivory Sofa)
• Cruel and Unusual Punishment: The Shame of Three Strikes Laws (Rolling Stone)
• What’s in a Nickname? The Origins of All 30 MLB Team Names (mental floss)

Lessons from the Bitcoin economy.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Why Bitcoin isn’t something to celebrate.  (Felix Salmon)

Digital cash, in one form or another, is coming.  (Blooomberg)

Think you know all the founders of Twitter? Think again.  (BuzzFeed)

Bloomberg is embracing Twitter.  (DealbookNew York)

Then again so is the BLS.  (Quartz)

Why tapping into the right social community makes good business sense.  (HBR)

What We Had Read in Last 72 Hrs

31 March 2013 - 23:23 pm

Chain Links


Reluctant Bulls Key for Birinyi Amid Record S&P 500 Rally (Bloombergsee also Still at a Trot, This Bull May Have Farther to Go (NYT)
• Ben. And then? (The Economist)
• David Stockman: State-Wrecked: The Corruption of Capitalism in America (NYT)
• How the ATM Revolutionized the Banking Business (Bloomberg)
• New sheriff of Wall St. is racking up insider trading convictions (Los Angeles Times)
• When Simplicity Is the Solution (WSJ)
• Obama administration moves ahead with sweeping rules requiring cleaner gasoline (Washington Post)
• History Won’t Be Kind to the Supreme Court on Same-Sex Marriage (Atlantic)
• Why We Ignore Good Advice (Psychology Today)
• Five Wine Blogs I Really Click With (WSJ)

 The Touch-Screen Generation  (Atlantic)
• Google Alerts ‘broken,’ ‘useless,’ and slowed to a ‘trickle’ (Venture Beat)
• Economists See No Crisis With U.S. Debt as Economy Gains (Bloombergbut see Bond Market Sees a slack and depressed economy (Project Syndicate)
• A Tale of Two Londons (Vanity Fair)
• Reich: What Are Foundations For?  (Boston Review)
• #MuckReads Criminal Injustice & The Best Reporting on Wrongful Convictions  (ProPublicasee also The Death Penalty Has a Face: A DA’s Personal Story (Texas Monthly 
• America’s Greatest Sniper: The Legend of Chris Kyle (D Magazine)
• Diving Deep into Danger (New York Review of Books)
• Rodgers and Hart’s Dysfunctional Partnership (Atlantic)
• Why are the French drinking less wine? (BBCsee also Dude, Where’s My Red Wine Pill? The strange saga of resveratrol, the wonder drug that never was (New Republic)

What we had Read in Last 24 Hrs

16 March 2013 - 11:26 am

Chain Links


Once bashful, hedge fund pros bask in media glare [Yahoo Finance]

Oaktree Capital’s founder knows how to get an edge in investing [Barron's]

Bill Ackman on what makes a great investment [Advisor Perspectives]

York’s Dinan squares off against Ackman over JC Penney [Reuters] 

Ray Dalio on the upside of negative feedback [Freakonomics]

BofA: hedge funds are fully invested [Business Insider]

New hedge fund launches rise on record industry capital [Investment Europe]

Lansdowne bets against one of France’s biggest firms [ValueWalk] 

Debunking myths about activist investors [Harvard Law]

Top pension approves $800 million for commodities [Hedgeworld] 

Mixed hedge fund views on China [Institutional Investor]

Paulson’s fund a bust in 2012 [NYPost] 

Micros Systems jumps after ValueAct Capital takes stake [Bloomberg]

Blackstone said to get $2.1 billion loan for home purchases [Bloomberg]

What Vegas can learn from Wall Street [Bloomberg]

Ackman, Loeb, Icahn: The big short war ~ full article [Vanity Fair]

Tiger Management buys Dubai internet start-up [ArabianMoney]

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10 Links for U

18 February 2013 - 15:35 pm
  1. How overpriced were stocks in 1929?  (Crossing Wall Street)
  2. Warren Buffett’s favorite market indicator has exceeded parity.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)
  3. Five reasons not to buy gold.  (Mark Hulbert)
  4. Bring on the correction already.  (The Reformed Broker)
  5. Why do analysts think earnings are going to take off in the rest of 2013?  (research puzzle pieces)
  6. Bridgewater Associates is shifting money into equities and commodities.  (Bloomberg)
  7. Keep an eye on the cyclical stocks.  (Humble Student)
  8. Nassim Taleb, “We’re more fooled by noise than ever before, and it’s because of a nasty phenomenon called “big data.” With big data, researchers have brought cherry-picking to an industrial level.”  (Wired)
  9. Eight reasons city life beats the suburbs.  (Brett Arends)
  10. Seven tips for introverts.  (Psychology Today)

Links for U

22 December 2012 - 21:47 pm

A profile of the “Jim Cramer of China.”  (Businessweek)

This is not a profile of Nassim Taleb.  (The Chronicle via Arts & Letters Daily)

Lunch with economist, author and blogger Tyler Cowen.  (FT)

A profile of Abby Johnson, the head of Fidelity Investments.  (Businessweek)

A profile of the always game Martin Short.  (Vanity Fair)

Seven helpful tips for getting more done in the New Year.  (The Reformed Broker)

Why you don’t stick to your New Year’s resolutions.  (Newsweek)

The balanced life is just one click away.  (Tweetage Wasteland)

Numerous small gifts can be just as corrupting as a big gift.  (Jason Zweig)

How experience and education affect our perceptions of risk.  (The Psy-Fi Blog)

he five best trades on Wall Street in 2012.  (Quartz)

Which is it? Does the market have too much or too little liquidity?  (Dealbreaker)

When hedge funds become players on the global stage.  (Dealbook)

Are hedge funds any better than the average investment newsletter?  (Mark Hulbert)

Rhode Island is the front lines of the fight over public pensions.  (WSJ)

How $99 genetic tests could change medicine.  (Fortune)

Enterprise computing is the toast of the startup world.  (Dealbook)

The startup ethos is getting transplanted in some surprising places.  (Dealbook)

Links for U

03 November 2012 - 13:05 pm

There’s always something to do: The Peter Cundill Investment Approach [Christopher Risso-Gill]

David Einhorn & Greenlight Capital’s Q3 Letter [Dealbreaker] 

In-depth summary of Warren Buffett’s recent appearance [BrooklynInvestor]

Profile of Buffett’s new PM: Ted Weschler [Bloomberg] 

The death of PC’s? [Barrons]

Excerpt from Seth Klarman’s recent letter [Business Insider] 

Investors’ 10 most common behavioral biases [Above the Market]

Notes from meeting with value investor Mohnish Pabrai [Perfect Research]

Blackstone targets stakes in hedge fund managers [Reuters] 

Och-Ziff looks to exit the landlord business [Reuters]

Hedge fund Edoma Partners to shutter [Reuters]

Maverick Capital to launch concentrated fund [WSJ]

Thomas Steyer to step down from Farallon Capital [BusinessWeek] 

Coatue preps private equity fund [HedgeFundIntelligence]

Activist investor Rosenstein sends ripples to make waves [WSJ] 

How not to run a hedge fund [Forbes] 

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