This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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

10 Questions: Todd Combs (FSU Alumni)

Intrinsic Value–Objective or Subjectively Determined? (csinvesting)

Bloomberg Pronounces The Early Death Of The Traditional Long-Short Hedge Fund Model (Zero Hedge)

A Twist (The Reformed Broker)

Jim Simons, The Numbers King (The New Yorker)

What’s Eating Bill Ackman (The Institutional Investor)

Warren Berger: Improve Your Life by Improving Your Questions (Farnam Street)

What a Complacent Investor Looks Like (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Benjamin Graham, the Human Brain, and the Bubble (Jason Zweig)

Stan Druckenmiller Interview: Likes Amazon & Tencent, Short Retail (Market Folly)

A professor of value investing warns about the future of bitcoin (George Athanassakos)

Why You Might Want to Stop Measuring Your Portfolio’s Performance Against the S&P 500 (Gannon on Investing)

Solving Hard Problems With Simple Ideas (Collaborative Fund)

Roger McNamee On Being In The Right Place At The Right Time (And Making The Most Of It) (The Felder Report)

Circle of Competence: What and Why (Safal Niveshak)

The Acquirer’s Multiple (Barel Karsan)

Best of 2017: Top Stories for Investors (CFA Institute)

Fixed Income Fantasies (Cliff’s Perspective)

Momentum and Market Anomalies (Alpha Architect)

Pender’s Holiday Reading List 2017 (Pender)

The Force Behind Bitcoin’s Meteoric Rise: Millions of Asian Investors (WSJ)

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