Wednesday links: shockingly bad behavior

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You are a shockingly bad investor.  (Business Insider)

Bull markets kick up a bunch of market experts.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

On the importance of the 200 day moving average.  (Dragonfly Capital)

Agricultural commodities are extremely oversold. (Short Side of Long)

Unique investment strategies are few and far between.  (the research puzzle)

How value stocks do during a correction.  (The Brooklyn Investor)

UPS ($UPS) and Fedex ($FDX) are gearing up to handle even more packages.  (FT)

The tax story behind the Kinder Morgan ($KMI) deal.  (SL Advisors, FT Alphaville)

Amazon ($AMZN) is getting into the payments game.  (Bits)

Why would an IPO not close?  (Matt Levine)

The Japanese economy is still struggling.  (WSJ)

Europe is gorging on junk bonds.  (Dealbook)

Tax receipts don’t lie.  (Calafia Beach Pundit)

Retail sales stalled in July.  (Calculated Risk)

What you might have missed in our Tuesday linkfest.  (Abnormal Returns)

Is Buzzfeed a technology company?  (stratechery)

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