Friday links: thin trading
- December 23rd, 2011
Today’s linkfest is not surprisingly a bit thin. We hope you all have a happy and healthy holiday.
The S&P 500 is once again toying with its 200 day moving average. (Bespoke)
Another year of MLP outperformance. (MLP Guy)
Health care is the sector of the year. (Bespoke)
Gasoline may be done going down. (Peter L. Brandt)
Ten companies recently reached ten years of increased dividends. (Dynamic Dividend)
Why hasn’t there been more prosecution of financial fraud? (Big Picture)
When finance and society clash. (FT Alphaville)
Earlier on Abnormal Returns
What you missed in our Friday morning linkfest. (Abnormal Returns)
“Too small to fail” still works for 2012. (Howard Lindzon)
Memorable finance and investment books from 2011, including Antti Ilmanen’s Expected Returns: An Investor’s Guide to Harvesting Market Rewards. (Capital Spectator)
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