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, March 15th, 2014. The description reads as it does in the relevant linkfest:

  1. Some popular market memes that are largely incorrect.  (The Fat Pitch)
  2. How market tops get made.  (Barry Ritholtz)
  3. Wake up people, the market has not gone up solely due to the Fed.  (The Reformed Broker)
  4. Why dividend investing works.  (Clear Eyes Investing)
  5. Buy dividend growth, not dividend yield.  (Alliance Bernstein)
  6. Brett Steenbarger, “The traders who I’ve seen maintain career success are also those who are absorbed by their talent.”  (TraderFeed)
  7. Seth Klarman, “Any year in which the S&P 500 jumps 32 per cent and the Nasdaq 40 per cent while corporate earnings barely increase should be a cause for concern, not for further exuberance..”  (FT)
  8. Asset class performance 5 years before and 5 years after March 2009.  (Attain Capital)
  9. Why does Berkshire Hathaway own so much DirecTV ($DTV)?  (The Brooklyn Investor)
  10. There are no shortcuts to success.  (Farnam Street)

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