Last week’s top clicks were a pretty diverse bunch. Without any further ado here are the top ten posts Abnormal Returns readers clicked on for the week ended on Friday, November 13th. The description is as it read in that day’s linkfest.
- The twenty-five most valuable blogs in America. (24/7 Wall St.)
- What happens to the stock market when the VIX goes from overbought to oversold in five days? (Quantifiable Edges)
- YTD returns for the S&P 500 in other currencies don’t look all that hot. (Bespoke)
- Chocolate milk is the new red wine. (NYTimes)
- The conditions are ripe for a new hedge fund boom. (Bloomberg)
- Albert Edwards is firmly in the bearish camp. (Fund My Mutual Fund, Infectious Greed)
- Does HFT make technical analysis irrelevant? (Washington’s Blog)
- Suggested reading for the potential value investor. (Value Plays)
- The IMF warns that the dollar-carry trade is blowing bubbles around the world. (The Money Game also Washington Post)
- Bond fund managers are closing their books early to lock in gains before year-end. (WSJ)
Below are links to the five top Abnormal Returns-authored posts (excluding linkfests).
- Most people investing by the seat of your pants. On building a testable investment process (Abnormal Returns)
- On the importance of learning the lessons from trading losses. (Abnormal Returns)
- What will Warren Buffett’s eventual successor do with the soon to be acquired Burlington Northern? (Abnormal Returns)
- Is the falling spread on emerging market bonds an indication of growing investor risk appetites? (Abnormal Returns also FT Alphaville)
- On the difference between hedging and diversification and how cash can serve as an equity hedge. (Abnormal Returns)
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