Thanks for checking in with us this weekend.  Here are the items our readers clicked most frequently on  Abnormal Returns for the week ended Saturday, November 14th.  Where applicable the description is as it reads in the relevant linkfest.

  1. Seth Klarman is returning capital to investors.  (Clusterstock)
  2. Is the “dumb money” now in the stock market?  (WSJ)
  3. Eight reasons not to daytrade.  (James Altucher)
  4. What a simple valuation model implies for the S&P 500.  (Crossing Wall Street)
  5. It’s never different this time.  (Aleph Blog)
  6. A long gone economist who foresaw many of our current problems.   (WSJ)
  7. A new report on the dangers ETFs pose to market stability.  (Kauffman Foundation)
  8. Another study showing that large funds deliver mostly beta for your buck.  (All About Alpha)
  9. Where does the current rally stand?  (Chart of the Day)
  10. How to get hired as a trader.  (SMB Training)

We also had a number of items on Abnormal Returns this week:

  1. Our talk with Leigh Drogen about the ‘death of the hedge fund structure.’  (Abnormal Returns)
  2. What can the art market, and it’s proxy Sotheby’s (BID), tell us about the broader global economy?  (AR Screencast)
  3. A natural ETF experiment:  Flash Crash vs. financial crisis.  (Abnormal Returns)
  4. What the Google (GOOG) compensation news tell us about the ‘arms race’ for talent and the broader economy.  (AR Screencast)
  5. What effect will QE2 have on the slope of the yield curve and our collective borrowing?  (AR Screencast)
  6. We are beginning to see a growing number of optimistic pieces about the economy.  (AR Screencast)

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