Thanks for checking in with us this weekend.  Here are the items our readers clicked most frequently on Abnormal Returns Now and Abnormal Returns Classic for the week ended Friday, June 11th.  Where applicable the description is as it reads in the relevant linkfest:

Abnormal Returns Now:

  1. Fear the rollover in leading indicators.  (The Source)
  2. A more nuanced look at Shiller P/E ratios yields three buckets.  (World Beta)
  3. Cramer gets cut trying to catch the falling knife that is BP.  (Zero Hedge)
  4. Inverted death cross in investment grade credit spells trouble for markets.  (The Money Game)
  5. The markets are sick.  Do you have a plan?  (Howard Lindzon)
  6. Another example of why individual investors are getting spooked from the stock market.  (The Reformed Broker)
  7. Mutual fund investors continue to pull money out of equities.  (The Money Game)
  8. If most stocks go down over time, how can buy-and-hold work?  (Systematic Relative Strength)
  9. Listening carefully to what the G-20 has to say.  (FT Alphaville)
  10. Bear market or correction?  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Abnormal Returns Classic:

  1. The real mega-bears chart updated.  (dshort)
  2. Heed Dr. Copper.  (TheStreet)
  3. How John Paulson is doing year-to-date.  (Marketwatch)
  4. The S&P 500 is breaking down.  (Credit Writedowns)
  5. Investment advisers are getting increasingly bearish.  (Bespoke)
  6. Maybe traders should simply take the summer off.  (Points and Figures)
  7. A more nuanced look at Shiller P/E ratios yields three buckets.  (World Beta)
  8. The snap-back rally is over.  What comes next?  (The Reformed Broker)
  9. Individuals are becoming less interested in “buying on the dip.”  (Big Picture)
  10. The equity market is definitely oversold.  (Big Picture)

We also had a handful of posts over at Abnormal Returns Classic:

  1. More on the financialization of commodities.  (Abnormal Returns )
  2. The ETF-ization of everything.  (Abnormal Returns)
  3. Using the comic strip indicator as an investment signal.  (Abnormal Returns)

Also check out a new feature at Abnormal Returns, screencast charts of the day at  Our first couple of attempts:

  1. BP as a battleground stock, is it worth your time/effort when there are other energy trends to play? (Abnormal Returns)
  2. Are railroads poised to order more railcars? If so, $TRN could benefit.  (Abnormal Returns)

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