Friday links: cotton contracts
- August 31st, 2012
This is an abbreviated and less than comprehensive daily linkfest. Here’s wishing you a happy and healthy holiday weekend.
The markets are still very much in a risk on-risk off mode. (FT Alphaville)
It’s hard to trade if the other party won’t live up to their end of the deal: the case of cotton. (WSJ)
Interest rates have been falling for thirty years. Does your strategy fit in a different regime? (Capital Spectator)
On the downside of mean-variance optimization. (Systematic Relative Strength)
Are investors going to favor buybacks if dividend tax rates go higher? (YCharts Blog)
More evidence that financial literary is abysmal, (NYMag)
Day trading is a sucker’s game. (Crossing Wall Street)
Sometimes unlearning something is harder than learning it in the first place. (The Minimalist Trader)
How many Kindle Fires were sold? (Asymco)
Can electronics stores survive? (WSJ)
One other potential way money market mutual fund reform could happen. (Dealbook)
Once again into the high frequency trading fray. (Kid Dynamite)
Australia at a tipping point. (MacroBusiness)
A look at Japan’s structural problems that more money can’t fix. (Sober Look)
If QE3 is imminent, why is the Fed’s balance sheet shrinking? (FT Alphaville)
Why have so many, been so wrong on the state of the economy? (Value Plays)
Earlier on Abnormal Returns
What you missed in our Friday morning linkfest. (Abnormal Returns)
The hidden truth about calories. (Scientific American)
The perfect workout for the time-challenged. (FT)
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