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, August 31st, 2013. The description reads as it does in the relevant linkfest:

  1. What happens after a 90% down day?  (The Reformed Broker)
  2. What trade would hurt the most players at present?  (Above the Market)
  3. Investors are once again dumping equity funds.  (MoneyBeat)
  4. A look at the handful of undervalued industries.  (Aleph Blog)
  5. Jeff Gundlach likes mortgage REITs.  (Income Investing)
  6. Anatomy of a short-squeeze.  (Avondale Asset)
  7. Asset price volatility and the level of interest rates.  (Marginal Revolution)
  8. Steve Ballmer was pushed (hard) out of Microsoft ($MSFT).  (AllThingsD)
  9. Everybody carries a phone these days but young professionals are reluctant to actually use them.  (WSJ)
  10. Barry Ritholtz, “With their [Pimco’s] foray into hedge funds, any suspicion you may have had that the bond bull market was in the 9th inning should be laid to rest.”  (Big Picture)

Also on Abnormal Returns this week:

  1. Words have consequences: bond edition. On the need to be a more savvy consumer of financial media.  (Abnormal Returns)

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