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, May 24th, 2014. The description reads as it does in the relevant linkfest:A guide for young people:

  1. Matt Levine, “The entire edifice of modern financial capitalism is built on 100-page documents drafted by exhausted 26-year-olds and read by nobody.”  (Bloomberg)
  2. You don’t understand risk.  (Barry Ritholtz)
  3. 50 blogs every serious trader should read.  (TraderHQ)
  4. Ten high conviction picks from the “ultimate stock pickers.”  (Morningstar)
  5. A Fox Business fail.  (Media Matters)
  6. Masters degrees are the new bachelors degrees.  (Vox)
  7. Five questions to ask before buying a house.  (The Upshot)
  8. The case for active management.  (Conor Sen)
  9. Why is the drop in interest rates so surprising?  (TheArmoTrader)
  10. Cullen Roche, “You’re much more likely to become wealthy investing in your own ability to generate future production than you are by buying an asset that was actually someone else’s investment.”  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Check out what you might have missed on this buy week on the site:

  1. Here are a slew of new podcasts worth a listen.  (Abnormal Returns)

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