This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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

The Experts Are Wrong Again (csinvesting)

One Final Puff (The Irrelevant Investor)

You’re on your own now (The Reformed Broker)

It’s never been a better time to be a contrarian. (13D Research)

The Urban Dictionary is surprisingly up-to-date: nocoiner edition (Bronte Capital)

Stock Market Valuations Won’t Predict the Next Crash (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Have Stock Investors Become Smarter? (Morningstar)

Jeremy Siegel – Still Bullish After All These Years (Bloomberg)

Mean reversion is not the same as contrary thinking (mrrzepczynski)

A Table For the Two (Eric Cinnamond)

Energy Investors: Behold the Miracle of the Tax Law (Jason Zweig)

Value 2.0 (thinknewfound)

Latticework of Mental Models: Domain Dependence (Safal Niveshak)

The Best of Farnam Street 2017 (Farnam Street)

Ten years in, nobody has come up with a use for blockchain (Hackernoon)

The Future of Tech, with Chris Dixon – [Invest Like the Best, EP.69] (Investors Field Guide)

10 Charts That Show Why Gold Is Undervalued Right Now (Advisor Perspectives)

Uninvestable Tesla (Vitaliy Katsenelson)

Can Central Banks Keep Control of Interest Rates? (WSJ)

TIP170 – A Bet with Warren Buffett – Guest Ted Seides (Business Podcast) (The Investors Podcast)

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