Guest curator at The Financialist
- April 16th, 2012
As a part of the blog tour for the Abnormal Returns book I served as “guest curator” over at the UK-based aggregator The Financialist. I don’t usually spent a lot of time telling you what sites I like because the daily linkfests largely serve that purpose. That being said you may still enjoy my seven selections and my reasons for picking them. Here is one example:
I am often loath to recommend new finance blogs because of their tendency to flame out, but I will make an exception in the case of Sober Look. Walter Kurtz is doing good work in the areas of finance and global economics.
You can read the full write-up at Mindful Money. Thanks to Marco for the opportunity.
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