This Week’s Best Investing Reads 3/15/2019

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

The Twenty Craziest Investing Facts Ever (The Irrelevant Investor)

To Find Moats Look for Monopolies and Consolidating Industries (csinvesting)

Andrew Yang on the Breakfast Club (The Reformed Broker)

Taleb Was Right. We’re Still Fooled by Randomness (Bloomberg)

Danger Zone: Traditional Value Investors (Forbes)

Bill Gross: ‘We were looking for every penny we could get’ (FT)

The Real Secret About Why Corporate Mergers Fail (Vitaliy Katsenelson)

Five Mistakes (Humble Dollar)

‘The Most Attractive Buying Opportunity Of Our Lifetimes’ (The Felder Report)

ETF Fee War Reignites (The EFT Educator)

The Bull Market’s Greatest Feat? Sowing Doubt (The New York Times)

Aswath Damodaran: Lyft Off? The First Ride Sharing IPO! (Aswath Damodaran)

Nothing Happens, Then Everything Happens (Of Dollars & Data)

Four Big Biases All Investors Face (Validea)

U.S. Credit Card Debt Closed 2018 at a Record $870 Billion (Bloomberg)

Wall Street Has It Wrong. You’re a Smart Investor (Jason Zweig)

The Monsters of Investing: Fast and Slow Failure (Flirting with Models)

Howard Marks: ‘Patient Opportunism’ (GuruFocus)

Is It Worth It To Be a Famous Fund Manager Anymore? (A Wealth of Common Sense)

America’s Most Profitable Export: Money (The New York Times)

Time, the investor’s best friend (Evidence Based Investor)

GARP Investing: Golden or Garbage? (CFA Institute)

Momentum Matters for Value Investors (LiveWire)

In the Trenches: Command and Control (Epsilon Theory)

Howard Marks: Stick to the Mission (MOI Global)

Recessions: It’s Been a While (Collaborative Fund)

Best Investing Books That Will Make You a Good Investor (Behavioral Value Investor)

Radical Markets (Barel Karsan)


This week’s best investing research reads:

Low Volatility Turnover with Value and Momentum (Alpha Architect)

Index Investing & Housing Market Show Mixed Results (UPFINA)

These Key Indicators Tell Us a Recession is Around the Corner (Speculators Anonymous)

David Rosenberg: We are Back in a Bull Market for Gold (Palisade Research)

Market Tilt or Timing – Is there a difference in forecasting? (Mark Rzepczynski)

A Simple Trend Model for Equities (Market Fox)

Housing Stocks Going Through The Roof? (Dana Lyons)

Doomed to Repeat the Tech Bubble? (Advisor Perspectives)


This week’s best investing podcasts:

Episode 1: Christopher Cole of Artemis -Volatility and Crisis Alpha (The Acquirers Podcast)

Episode #146: Neil Littman, “The More Risk You Kill, Inherently, The More Value You Create” (Meb Faber)

#150 — The Map of Misunderstanding – A Conversation with Daniel Kahneman (Making Sense With Sam Harris)

Michael Mayer – Pseudonymous Social Capital and Bottomless Coffee (Patrick O’Shaughnessy)

Thomas Russo – All About Google (EP.90) (Ted Seides)

TIP233: Dr. Jim Rickards – Central Banks, QT, QE, & the FFR (The Investors Podcast)

Animal Spirits Episode 72: Where Were You At the Bottom? (Michael Batnick & Ben Carlson)

Raghuram Rajan on Understanding Community (Conversations with Tyler)

Reversion To The Mean: When The Bubble Pops (All About Your Benjamins)


This week’s best investing chart:

Stock Market Returns Over Different Time Periods (1872-2018)

 

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