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, January 22nd, 2011.* The description is as it reads in the relevant linkfest.
- What happens after the market declines 1% after a new 52-week high. (Bespoke)
- The cyclical trade is breaking down. (Crossing Wall Street)
- A look at historical bull markets. (Big Picture)
- The death of ‘Trader Joe.’ (Crosshairs Trader)
- Are equities running out of ‘breadth‘? (Data Diary)
- That was quite a pullback in McDonald’s (MCD). (Dragonfly Capital)
- “What would you say is the most important thing you’ve learned about investing and/or trading in 2010?” (Kirk Report)
- Finally found a long-term bear on Apple (AAPL) stock. (Deal Journal)
- A hedge fund analyst checklist. (World Beta)
- A refresher course in investor biases. (Simoleon Sense)
- [tie] What does ‘Hotelling’s rule‘ and what does it tell us about rising commodity prices? (Greed, Green and Grains)
We also had a handful of items on Abnormal Returns this week:
- Warren Buffett’s priorities. (Abnormal Returns)
- Can Google’s new CEO manage the twin challenges of rebuilding the core biz and fend off competitors? (AR Screencast)
- A muni bond linkfest. (Abnormal Returns)
- Can China put the ‘inflation genie‘ back in the bottle? (AR Screencast)
- On the rapidly evolving nature of the financial blogosphere. (Abnormal Returns)
- Blogging: a means to an end. (Abnormal Returns)
- The now high profile muni bond market is an example of reflexivity in action. (AR Screencast)
- An Apple (AAPL)-focused linkfest we posted earlier today. (Abnormal Returns)
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*Due to some data issues this week’s list is less than comprehensive. Apologies in advance.