Regular readers of Abnormal Returns recognize that we do a weekly post highlighting the top clicks for the week. As a change of pace we decided to do the same thing for the entire year of 2011. Here are the top clicks on the site through January 29th, 2011.
- Sounds like Warren Buffett is getting worried. (Jeff Matthews – August 15th)
- A small hedge fund manager’s lament. (Bronte Capital – February 24th)
- The ugly sentiment picture. (The Technical Take – September 25th)
- Think 1938, not 2008. (The Reformed Broker – August 4th)
- The power of two simple investing ideas. (Capital Spectator – September 7th)
- The Fed throws in the towel and stocks surge. (Crossing Wall Street – August 10th)
- The top 25 financial blogs. (Time – March 7th)
- The Elevator. (I Heart Wall Street – August 21st)
- The cheese moves. (Dynamic Hedge – April 12th)
- The chart signals an imminent stock market crash. (Money Game – September 19th)
Here also are our top posts that we penned during the year.
- Doing yourself a favor by doing less. (October 27th)
- The most crowded trade in the world. (October 15th)
- 5 reasons to ignore top 10 lists. (December 15th)
- The 99 percent and the problem of societal underinvestment. (December 27th)
- The ultimate USA downgrade linkfest. (August 7th)
- Desert island blogger quiz – favorite blogs. (June 16th)
- The real failure of Netflix. (September 20th)
- 99 percent of people don’t want to trade. (October 4th)
- The big difference between Amazon and Apple. (September 28th)
- The ultimate China fraud linkfest. (June 10th)
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