Here are some quick and dirty links this Sunday morning. We will get back to it tomorrow.

Bond managers

The Bill Gross situation perfectly demonstrates the behavior gap.  (Jason Zweig)

Why Gross’s move to Janus ($JNS) could be a win-win for everyone.  (LA Times)

On the value of a clean slate for a manager like Bill Gross.  (Aleph Blog)

Fund outflows were already an issue at Pimco.  (Bloomberg)

Why Jeff Gundlach and Morningstar ($MORN) are feuding.  (Barron’s)


On the power of backtesting investment strategies.  (James O’Shaughnessy)

Why traders need to practice.  (TraderFeed)

Lessons learned from Japan’s biggest daytrader.  (ZorTrades)


Predictably Yahoo ($YHOO) is now in the sights of activist investors.  (Recode, Business Insider)

Is the new wave of startups making us more productive or lazy?  (The Upshot)

The world is getting upended. All we need is a few more coders.  (Andy Kessler)


The 10 most important charts from the past week.  (Quartz)

The economic schedule for the coming week.  (Calculated Risk)

Earlier on Abnormal Returns

What you might have missed in our  Saturday linkfest.  (Abnormal Returns)

Podcast Friday features a talk with Cliff Asness and John Bogle.  (Abnormal Returns)

Mixed media

15 lessons learned from 15 years of blogging.  (Anil Dash)

A dozen things learned from Henry Ellenbogen.  (25iq)

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