Thanks for checking in with us this weekend.  Here are the items readers clicked most frequently on both Abnormal Returns Now and Abnormal Returns Classic for the week ended Friday, May 28th.  Where applicable the description is as it reads in the relevant linkfest:

Abnormal Returns Now:

  1. Doug Kass updates his list of surprises for 2010.  (TheStreet)
  2. Why July and August might be good times to hold some beaten down asset classes.  (World Beta)
  3. Time to look at closed-end funds.  (ROI)
  4. A turn in the McClellan Oscillator.  (The Disciplined Investor)
  5. Next few weeks should clarify the status of the secular bear. (Green Faucet)
  6. Legendary investor is now more worried than ever.  (WSJ)
  7. A great review of the Ira Sohn Investment Conference.  (market folly also Zero Hedge)
  8. Michael Kahn, “Combine the seasonal, nine-month and four-year cycles and we can make a compelling case for market weakness all summer long.”  (Barron’s)
  9. All this stuff about the money supply collapse is not sensationalism, it is serious.  (The Money Game)
  10. Mohamed El-Erian says we are back to “weekend policy watches.”

Abnormal Returns Classic:

  1. The flight to safety in pictures.  (VIX and More)
  2. A turn in the McClellan Oscillator.  (The Disciplined Investor)
  3. The calendar says buy.  (Crossing Wall Street)
  4. The bearish camp is getting crowded.  (Marketwatch)
  5. The stocks that matter most to hedge funds.  (market folly)
  6. Doug Kass updates his list of surprises for 2010.  (TheStreet)
  7. The month of the drawdown.  (EconomPic Data)
  8. A look at S&P 500 sector P/Es.  (Bespoke)
  9. How cheap is the market on forward earnings.  (A Dash of Insight also The Reformed Broker)
  10. The sharpest pullback to-date for this bull market.  (Big Picture)

In addition there were a couple of Abnormal Returns-authored post this week:

  1. Checking back in on market valuations.  (Abnormal Returns also EconomPic Data)
  2. On the need for “scorecards for pundits.”  (Abnormal Returns)

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