In light of the release of the Abnormal Returns: Winning Strategies from the Frontlines of the Investment Blogosphere I am conducting in conjunction with the publisher McGraw-Hill a “blog tour.” What is a blog tour? Essentially I am making myself available to members, in good standing, of the blogosphere. This includes doing interviews, Q&As, excerpts, etc. The more creative the endeavor the better. The bottom line is to try and get the word out about the book.

Since the Kindle version of the book is already out, the tour starts…now. We do want to spread things out a bit so we are trying to slot people into a schedule. Please e-mail at tadas–at– to grab your spot. The Abnormal Returns blog is based largely on the hard work of everyone in the investment blogosphere. So I hope you take advantage of this opportunity.

In other book-related news I will be attending the 65th annual CFA Conference in Chicago. I will be at the McGraw-Hill booth on Monday, May 7th from 3:00-3:30PM signing books. If you are attending the conference please make sure you stop by and say hello.

Here are the stops we have made along the blog tour so far:

April 2nd:  I was a guest on the most recent episode of The Disciplined Investor podcast with Andrew Horowitz.  (The Disciplined Investor)

April 16th: I highlighted “7 investment sites you should be reading” as guest curator over at the UK-based The Financialist.  (Mindful Money)

April 17th: Check out this recent interview I did with Michael Martin as a part of the Abnormal Returns book tour.  (MartinKronicle)

April 18th: We recently spoke with Mick Weinstein about how we put together the site and why it is that I wrote a book.  (Covestor)

April 23rd: I spoke with fintech whiz Zack Miller about my new book.  (Tradestreaming)

April 23rd: I had a chance to speak with John Mihalijavec of The Manual of Ideas about investment blogging and the book.  (

April 29th: Part one of my discussion about the book with Jared Woodard.  (Condor Options)

May 2nd:  We recently did a Q&A focused on lesson for young investors. (Finance Addict)

May 2nd: Four pointers from the Abnormal Returns blog.  (Brighter Life)

May 3rd:  The blog tour goes global with a stop for a Q&A in Sweden. (Smarta Investeringar)

May 4th:  Five good questions with Tadas Viskanta.  (AdvisorOne)

May 10th: Part 2 of my discussion about the book with Jared Woodard.  (Condor Options)

May 14th:  A guest post from me on why value investing works.  (Old School Value)

May 16th: We authored a special Abnormal Returns edition of “What We’re Reading.”  (Market Folly)

May 21st:  An excerpt from the book on what men can learn from women about investing.  (FT Alphaville)

May 21st: Part one of a blog interview with the team at Riskalyze.  (Riskalyze)

May 22nd:  Part two of my discussion with Aaron Klein CEO of Riskalyze.  (Riskalyze)

May 25th:  On the importance of compounding experience, not just interest along the way.  (The Reformed Broker)

May 29th: A conversation with Tadas Viskanta of Abnormal Returns.  (VIX and More)

May 31st: Why investing is hard and the role of gold. (AMPEX)

June 2nd: A weekend Q&A with Adam Warner.  (Minyanville)

June 6th: I talked with Jeremy Glaser about importance of having a rigorous investment plan.  (Morningstar)

July 11th:  My interview with Chuck Jaffe on the MoneyLife Show.  (Abnormal Returns)

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