Tuesdays are all about academic (and practitioner) literature at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at the birth and death of the cannabis theme.
Quote of the Day
"Consumers particular vulnerable to financial bullshit were more likely to be young, male, have a higher income, and be overconfident with regards to their own financial knowledge."(Kienzlera, Västfjäll and Tinghögde)
Chart of the Day
Gold has been the stagflation asset of choice.
- Why do people continue to save money in retirement? (minneapolisfed.org)
- How financial education can have spillover effects. (papers.ssrn.com)
- Using emojis to measure sentiment. (papers.ssrn.com)
- Kris Abdelmessih, "The blessing and curse of our frontal lobes is a desire to understand how the complex world works. Macro brings the romance of chess to investing." (moontowermeta.com)
- The momentum factor has historically seen big reversals, like we are seeing now. (morningstar.com)
- On the upside, and downside, of using multi-signal strategies. (alphaarchitect.com)
- The January effect has been largely arbitraged away. (evidenceinvestor.com)
- Why measuring market time in equal increments doesn't make sense. (papers.ssrn.com)
- The math behind different venture fund reserve strategies. (sapphireventures.com)
- How to build a better muni bond model. (papers.ssrn.com)
- Wes Gray reviews Larry Swedroe and Sam Adams’ new book, "Your Essential Guide to Sustainable Investing." (advisorperspectives.com)