This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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

Poking Holes in the Market Bubble Hypothesis (csinvesting)

Income Investors: It’s OK to Be Sad, But Don’t Get Desperate (Jason Zweig)

Stocks Are More Than Twice As Highly Valued Today Than They Were In 1987 Before The Crash (The Felder Report)

They’re All Going to Leave (The Irrelevant Investor)

The Most Important Thing That Counts in Investing is Character (Safal Niveshak)

Just own the damn robots. (The Reformed Broker)

A Dozen Lessons about Business from Anthony Bourdain (25iq)

Deconstructing Amazon Prime: Loss Leader or Value Creator? (Musings on Markets)

Why Selling a Big Position of Puts the Day Before the Crash of ‘87 was a great trade (What Works on Wall Street)

Tweedy Browne Q3 2017 Commentary (H/T Dataroma)

How to Invest At All-Time Highs (A Wealth of Common Sense)

The best predictor of a bubble bursting (We Study Billionaires)

Opinions on Everything (Farnam Street)

Trend-Following: A Deep Dive Into A Unique Risk Premium (Alpha Architect)

A Decade Watching the Craziest Game (Collaborative Fund)

Black Monday Remembered (Advisor Perspective)

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