This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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

Being in Control of Your Own Time (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Q&A with Tom Jacobs editor of Fortunes in Special Situations in the Stock Market: The Authorized Edition (Abnormal Returns)

A Little Knowledge is Dangerous (Of Dollars And Data)

Spin Gold From Spinoffs: A Portfolio Of 5 Castoffs Trounces The S&P 500 (Chai with Pabrai)

Thoughts on Cost of Capital and Buffett’s $1 Test – Part 1 (Base Hit Investing)

We’re All Innocently Out of Touch (Collaborative Fund)

Excellent Investing Video (Templeton, Buffett & Wilson) (csinvesting)

The Rot That Lies Beneath Some Index Funds (Jason Zweig)

The Year of Living Dangerously (The Reformed Broker)

You Don’t Need to Know What a Stock’s Worth to Know It’s Cheap (Gannon on Investing)

How Can Groups Make Better Decisions (TED Video – Mariano Sigman & Dan Ariely)

Investment Strategies amid Uncertainty (CFA Institute)


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