We are going to try and get back to providing a list of items that Abnormal Returns Now readers clicked on on a weekly basis.  This edition is for the week ended on Friday, March 26th.  The description is as it read in that day’s linkfest:

  1. Doug Kass reviews where his investment thesis went wrong this year.  (TheStreet also Wall St. Cheat Sheet)
  2. It is a pretty rare event when a sell-side firm slaps a “Sell Short” rating on a stock.  (Jeff Matthews)
  3. Doug Kass on twenty signs that could mark a market top.  (TheStreet)
  4. Google (GOOG) is hiring bond traders.  (Silicon Alley Insider)
  5. Next week’s non-farm payroll figures should show jobs growth.  (Real Time Economics also DJ Market Talk, Free exchange)
  6. The inside story on Bill Ackman’s short bet against MBIA (MBI).  (Bloomberg via CJR)
  7. Is Yale’s ‘Buy on Dips Confidence Index‘ sending a message? (DailyFinance)
  8. The market tends to fool the majority.  (Joe Fahmy)
  9. Another way to look at 52-week highs.  (Trader’s Narrative)
  10. The origins of Michael Burry online.  (DealBook)

There were also a handful of Abnormal Returns-authored posts this week:

  1. Don’t let “return envy” drive your investment plans off track.  (Abnormal Returns)
  2. Over what time horizon do the benefits of international diversification accrue?  (Abnormal Returns)
  3. On the use of social media and the need for solitude to generate original thought.  (Abnormal Returns)
  4. What the great baseball card bubble teaches us about market dynamics.  (Abnormal Returns)

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