Today marks the eleventh anniversary of this blog. Over that time I have published nearly 6,300 posts. (Roughly 1.6 posts a day, every day.) This past year I have made a concerted effort to spread the word about Abnormal Returns.

Many of your already follow us on Twitter and StockTwits. In addition to reading our daily e-mail newsletter you can now find links to our posts on LinkedIn, Facebook, Yahoo Finance and Medium. You now have no excuse to miss out on our daily musings. In addition to the blog I have been contributing on a semi-regular basis to the CFA Institute’s Enterprising Investor blog.

I have also been spending some more time on the road. Back in May I served on a panel the CFA Institute Annual Conference. This month I will be on a panel at Stocktoberfest and next month at the inaugural Evidence-Based Investing Conference. Closer to home I have been teaching some classes at the Lacy School of Business at Butler University.

Earlier this year I did something a little bit different. I launched a t-shirt sale with the goal of generating $1,000 for charity:water. Through the generosity of our readers and the success of the t-shirt sale the campaign raised $2,235 for charity:water. If you missed this campaign back in May you can always donate to charity:water. Speaking of t-shirts, if 1 more person requests an Abnormal Returns t-shirt, Teespring will re-open sales.

As I have the last few blogiversaries take a few moments to to kick back and listen to this from Cracker. “Feel thankful for the small things today” and substitute “blogiversary” for “birthday”:

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