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, April 21st, 2012. The description reads per the relevant linkfest:

  1. The best trader I have ever known.  (Stock Sage)
  2. Jeff Gundlach loves natural gas.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)
  3. Why so many “smart” investors have missed this rally.  (Barron’s)
  4. The curse of the Yale Model.  (Rick Ferri)
  5. Avoiding the “illiquid and expensive” asset classes.  (Felix Salmon)
  6. The Credit Suisse Fear Barometer is “bubbling.”  (SurlyTrader)
  7. 30 pearls of wisdom from real trader.  (Brian Lund)
  8. The stock market dips with some regularity. The question is what are you going to do about it?  (Systematic Relative Strength)
  9. George Soros on why the situation in Europe is only going to get worse.  (Money Game)
  10. Why don’t stocks care about what is happening with commodities?  (Market Anthropology)

The Abnormal Returns book tour rolls on. Our stops this week:

  1. I spoke with Mick Weinstein about how we put together the site and why it is that I wrote a book.  (Covestor)
  2. Check out this recent interview I did with Michael Martin as a part of the Abnormal Returns book tour.  (MartinKronicle)
  3. I highlighted “7 investment sites you should be reading” as guest curator over at the UK-based The Financialist.  (Mindful Money)

We received some accolades this week:

  1. The top 10 investment bloggers to follow on Twitter.  (WealthLift)
  2. We were mentioned in this list of “101 Finance People You Have to Follow on Twitter.”  (Clusterstock)
  3. Abnormal Returns goes global. We were mentioned in this Swiss list of “blogs to follow.”  (Bilan via TRB)

What else you missed on the site this week:

  1. Don’t dip your portfolio in the company inkwell.  (Abnormal Returns)
  2. A handful of feel good links that show good stuff is still happening. (Abnormal Returns)
  3. The Abnormal Returns book is real, and in print, and wending its way to a bookstore near you.  (Amazon)
  4. How the sausage gets made at Abnormal Returns.  (Abnormal Returns)
  5. What is the bottom line for financial services?  (Abnormal Returns)

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