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, September 1st, 2012. The description reads per the relevant linkfest:

  1. A clever trick for traders before taking a trade.  (Adam Grimes)
  2. The hidden truth about calories.  (Scientific American)
  3. The perfect workout for the time-challenged.  (FT)
  4. Day trading is a sucker’s game.  (Crossing Wall Street)
  5. Five types of investors who deserve to lose everything.  (Brian Lund)
  6. The ten most dangerous things business schools teach MBAs.  (Eric Jackson)
  7. On the strength of the current rally.  (Big Picture)
  8. Why investing is the hardest profession in the world.  (John Standerfer via @howardlindzon)
  9. On building a better “permanent portfolio.”  (dshort)
  10. Why value investors are kind of “anti-social” and a “pain in the ass.”  (Interloper)

What else you may have missed on the site this week:

  1. If you want to see what it means to be devoted to a craft check out Jiro Dreams of Sushi.  (Abnormal Returns)

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