This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads:

Blogs

Don’t Be Fooled By High Dividend Yields (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Satisfaction Yield (The Irrelevant Investor)

Today Is Not Just Like 1987 (The Fat Pitch)

Portrait Of A Stock Bubble – Dave Kranzler (Sprott Money)

Conversation With Jesse Felder (ValueWalk)

“I’m Very Concerned” Elliott’s Singer Says Market Risks Higher Today Than 2008 (Zero Hedge)

Mark Hulbert: This incredible shrinking stock market is bad news for this type of investor (Market Watch)

Dividends by the Numbers in May 2017 (PoliticalCalculations)

Steven Bregman On ‘The Greatest Bubble Ever’ (Passive ETF Investing) (The Felder Report)

Specialization Key to Becoming a Successful Value Investor (Validea’s Guru Investor Blog)

How to Generate Stock Ideas: An Unusual Lesson from a 1939 Book (Safal Niveshak)

Warren Buffett just confirmed the death of retail as we know it (Business Insider)

Heartland Advisors: No More Earnings on the Cheap? (Datorama)

Portfolio Rebalancing Research: Momentum And Tolerance Bands (The Investors Podcast)

A Disciplined Hand Defies the Urge to Cut Losses (WSJ)

The Value Momentum Trend Philosophy (Alpha Architect)

The Enterprising Investor: How to Outperform the Market (The Intelligent Investor)

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