Sunday links: diminishing returns

This an abbreviated version of the linkfest. We will get back to it tomorrow.

What stocks the ‘Magic Formula‘ is favoring at the moment.  (Michael Santoli)

The law of diminishing returns has hit diversified portfolios.  (Price Action Lab)

Credit spreads are tight.  (CBP)

Steps to take to make your trading more ‘process driven.’  (TraderFeed, ibid)

The valuation trap facing startups that have raised capital at high valuations.  (A VC)

How Finra may creating ‘systemtic risk’ with its new data gathering initiative.  (Jason Zweig)

Just how much slack is there in the labor economy? No can seem to agree.  (Business Insider)

Cause and effect: on the market for news.  (NYTimes)

In praise of the ADP employment reports.  (Global Economic Intersection)

The economic schedule for the coming week.  (Calculated Risk, Turnkey Analyst)

Top clicks this week on the site.  (Abnormal Returns)

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

On the difference between amateurs and professionals.  (Bob Lefsetz)

Students that take notes by hand not by computer do better.  (Inc.)

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