Due to the market closure Abnormal Returns is on a bit of a hiatus but here are some links to items we tweeted out yesterday. Good luck out there everyone affected by Sandy.

Stuff I tweeted yesterday

Two things that never get mentioned in the financial media: time frame & position sizing. (The Reformed Broker)

What AQR is doing to try and improve on low vol strategies.  (Falkenblog)

Howard’s recap of Stocktoberfest.  (Howard Lindzon)

How R. A. Dickey mastered the knuckleball.  (Slate)

More pension funds are adopting bond ETFs.  (Pensions & Investments)

On the high price of paying attention.  (Kent Thune)

Five good questions for Carl Richards.  (Above the Market)

On the real beauty of a balanced fund.  (RantFinance)

Once again proving that illiquid assets and hedge funds don’t mix.  (Bloomberg)

When common sense beats out sophisticated models.  (Felix Salmon)

Earlier on Abnormal Returns

Top ten posts on Abnormal Returns year-to-date.  (Abnormal Returns)

Compound experience not just interest.  (Abnormal Returns)

Confusing death and maturation of the financial blogosphere.  (Abnormal Returns)

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