This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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

Now or Later? (The Irrelevant Investor)

Fear and Greed are Undefeated (The Reformed Broker)

Friction: The Hidden Reality of What Holds People Back (Farnam Street)

Some Finance Phrases I Find Annoying (A Wealth of Common Sense)


Spinoffs – A Favorite Of Joel Greenblatt (ValueWalk)

How a volatile stock market turns investors into gamblers (Vitaliy Katsenelson)

3 Common Mistakes Investors Make On Wall Street (Forbes)

Bill Miller on Philosophy: An Interview (Bill Miller)


Ideas That Changed My Life (Collaborative Fund)

Bad 10-Ks vs. Good 10-Ks: 11 Annual Reports I Recommend Reading (Gannon on Investing)

How to Spot Value Traps (Morningstar)


How Do You Know that Management is Competent? (MicroCap Club)

Interest Rates and Stock Prices: It’s Complicated! (Musings on Markets)

A Margin of Safety (Of Dollars And Data)

How an average anxious investor can absorb volatile markets (The Globe and Mail)


Why Does Money Make Some People Miserable? (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Macroeconomic factors and Tactical Asset Allocation (Alpha Architect)

Decision Fatigue and Heuristic Analyst Forecasts (papers.ssrn)

Nine Charts: Dangerous Curves (CFA Institute)


This week’s best investing podcasts:

Animal Spirits Episode 19: Brothers From Another Mother (Ben Carlson & Michael Batnick)

TIP180: Legendary Investor Bill Miller on Stocks, Commodities, & Bitcoin (The Investors Podcast)

Michelle Leder, “There Are Some Companies That We Know Are Sort of Bad Eggs” (Meb Faber)

The Berkshire of Software, with Savneet Singh (Invest Like The Best)

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