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Links For Traders

21 December 2014 - 12:30 pm


Psychology Links

17 August 2014 - 23:13 pm


How successful people stay calm.  (LinkedIn)

Why you occasionally need to hit the reset button in your brain.  (NYTimes)

Why we are unwilling to look for disconfirming evidence.  (Above the Market)

Why it is so hard to catch your own typos.  (Wired)

Links For U

01 June 2014 - 18:21 pm
  1. The parallels between May 2007 and May 2014.  (Pension Partners)LINKS -READ
  2. Warren Buffett’s biggest early mistakes.  (The Reformed Broker)
  3. How to happily enjoy lottery winnings: don’t tell anyone.  (NYTimes)
  4. Is is time for a good, old fashioned growth scare?  (Humble Student of the Markets)
  5. More evidence that cheap stocks, based on earnings, outperform.  (Greenbackd)
  6. It is tough enough to get the top. Staying there is even tougher.  (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  7. Notes from the 2014 London Value Investing Conference.  (Market Folly)
  8. The sell-side equity research business is in full-scale retreat.  (FT)
  9. Ten algorithms that rule our world.  (io9)
  10. The ‘Harvard Indicator‘ is not flashing red yet.  (Wonkblog)
  11. What to do with your life.  (ZenHabits)
  12. Two ways to improve a momentum strategy.  (Millenial Invest)
  13. Joshua Brown, “I think the biggest surprise for me when going back through financial history is that nothing – literally nothing – has changed since the dawn of investing. “  (Talking Biz News) >> Read More

Links For U

19 May 2014 - 15:47 pm



  1. What to do with your life.  (ZenHabits)
  2. Two ways to improve a momentum strategy.  (Millenial Invest)
  3. Joshua Brown, “I think the biggest surprise for me when going back through financial history is that nothing – literally nothing – has changed since the dawn of investing. “  (Talking Biz News)
  4. Ten myths about momentum investing debunked.  (SSRN)
  5. What Pete is doing with his money.  (Pete the Planner)
  6. What does Warren Buffett think about about using quantitative investing tools?  (Turnkey Analyst)
  7. The ongoing mystery that is momentum investing.  (Buttonwood’s notebook)
  8. A review of some of the “parasites of finance.”  (Bloomberg View)
  9. A managed futures heavyweight has waded into cash equities.  (eFinancialNews)
  10. Why you shouldn’t waste your time learning MPT.  (Vitaily Katsenelson)

A thorough explanation of the overconfidence effect. (Wikipedia)

The Art of Thinking Clearly. (Psychology Today)

Examples of overconfidence outside the charts.  (Your Dictionary)

Key concepts of overconfidence. (Albert Phung via Investopedia)

There are three ways overconfidence can make a fool of you. (Christine Riordan via Forbes)

Managing Overconfidence. (Russo and Schoemaker via Sloan Management Review)

Two types of overconfidence. (Synapse Trading)

The dynamics of overconfident stock market forecasters. (Deaves, Luders, and Schroder via ZEW)

Can we use the overconfidence bias to game the system?  (Scott, Stumpp, and Xu via The Journal of Portfolio Management)

Overtrading is a by product of overconfidence. (Irwan Trinugroho via IJBM) and (Barber and Odean via Berkeley)

Do not be overconfident when investing. (Larry Swedroe via CBS Money Watch)

Overconfidence is more prevalent in… men? (Jeff Sommer via NYT)

Links For You

04 May 2014 - 10:33 am



A glimpse inside the strategies and tactics of 3G Capital [Santangel's Review]

Interview with Sio Capital’s Michael Castor [Pension Pulse] 

Baupost bets on Spanish real estate [ValueWalk]

Update on Ivory Investment Management [ValueWalk]

Estimates show 90% of hedge funds ‘socialize’ [All About Alpha] 

Ackman’s Pershing Square subsidies hint at future moves [Dealbook]

Hedge funds drive to another record [WSJ]

SEC chair: we’ve found bogus private equity & hedge fund fees [Fortune]

Fidelity’s Danoff looks beyond tech stocks [Reuters] 

Berkowitz’s Fairholme seeks to form trust company [BizJournals]

How hedge funds are pushing companies to leave America [Forbes]

How to revive animal spirits in CEOs [Jeff Ubben]

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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)

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