This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s are some of this week’s best investing reads:

New Highs Should Be Bought, Not Sold (The Irrelevant Investor)

Why Won’t You People Panic Already? (The Reformed Broker)

Income Alpha (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Cryptocurrencies & Blockchain – Longs, Shorts, or Trading Sardines… (Wexboy)

U.S. investors see a correction coming — and are ready to buy the dip (Globe & Mail)

Some Market Myths Hurt Investors (Bloomberg)

Where In The World Do You Find Compounding Growth At Value Prices? (WealthTrack)

Why is Value Investing So Difficult? (Behavioural Investment)

Skills vs. Behavior (Collaborative Fund)

The Guru Myth: Dan Solin’s Investing Secrets (Advisor Perspectives)

Ask Ariely: On Denying Donuts, Car Conversations, and Curbing Confidence (Dan Ariely)

Myths, Markets and Easy Money (Dataroma)

Whitney Tilson is shutting down his hedge fund (CNBC)

The Difference Between Open-Minded and Close-Minded People (Farnam Street)

Factor Timing Investigation: Interest Rates, Value Spreads, and Factor Premiums (Alpha Architect)

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