Here are the Abnormal Returns Now items readers clicked most frequently for the week ended on Friday, April 9th.  The description is as it read in the linkfest:

  1. More signs that the risk culture is back.  (Humble Student)
  2. Ezra Klein, “Relying on perfect regulators or more responsible bankers will eventually fail.”  (WashingtonPost)
  3. The most important chart of the century?  (Trader’s Narrative)
  4. The world’s safest and riskiest debt.  (Alea Blog)
  5. What happens after the stock market goes for a run of days without a 1% or greater pullback?  (Bespoke, ibid)
  6. Is the app replacing mobile search?  (24/7 Wall St.)
  7. Jason Zweig, “So it is fine to bask a little in the market’s luxuriant spring. Just don’t let anyone whip you up into a frenzy.”  (WSJ)
  8. Newsletter writers are pretty complacent.  (Marketwatch)
  9. Not every quant model outperforms – a mea culpa. (FT Alphaville, Felix Salmon)
  10. Is there still a “wall of worry” for the market to climb?  (The Pragmatic Capitalist)

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

  1. Catastrophe and a secular shift in long-term interest rates.  (Abnormal Returns also The Money Game)
  2. Bias-free investing may not be possible, but it is desirable.  (Abnormal Returns)
  3. Do as I say, not as I do.  What the endowment model means for individual investors.  (Abnormal Returns)

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