Top clicks this week on Abnormal Returns

Thanks for checking in with us this weekend.  Here are the items our readers clicked most frequently on Abnormal Returns for the week ended Saturday, July 30th, 2011. The description is as it reads in the relevant linkfest.

  1. Want a job at a hedge fund?  Go to these schools.  (FINalternatives)
  2. Seven places to hide via David Rosenberg.  (Big Picture)
  3. How to kill your trading career in four easy steps.  (Attitrade)
  4. Individual investors are “once again marching themselves into a black hole in the name of yield.”  (The Reformed Broker)
  5. A family office is the new hedge fund.  (WSJ)
  6. Where the major asset classes stand relative to their moving averages.  (Capital Spectator)
  7. “Good returns derived from uncomfortable strategies do not get arbitraged away, because very few people will actually do it. “  (Systematic Relative Strength)
  8. Rising frustration with Yahoo! Finance.  (TechCrunch)
  9. Why value investing isn’t working at the moment.  (market folly)
  10. John Hempton, “The new “value” is in stocks that are too big or too difficult for Private Equity. “  (Bronte Capital)

We also had a handful of items on Abnormal Returns this week:

  1. Keep an eye on WisdomTree Investments ($WETF) as a pure play on the rapidly growing ETF industry.  (Abnormal Returns)

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