This Week’s Best Investing Reads 6/28/2019

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

Unlimited Upside (The Irrelevant Investor)

Leveraged Investors Could Be Signaling A Bear Market Is Now Underway (The Felder Report)

How to Win Any Argument About the Stock Market (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Being on the wrong side of this decade’s investing mega-trend (The Reformed Broker)

Unpopular Opinions in Crypto (Collaborative Fund)

Five Questions: Defending Value Investing with Tobias Carlisle (Validea)

What’s Normalized? (Eric Cinnamond)

Are Smarter People Better Investors? (Of Dollars and Data)

Class of 2019 NextGens (ai-cio)

Being Average in the Age of Alpha (Safal Niveshak)

Giant Investors Are Coming After One of Wall Street’s Cash Cows (WSJ)

Next Recession Starts March 2020? (UPFINA)

Compounding Gone Wild! (A Teachable Moment)

Alexander Roepers – Why This Value Investor Thinks Value Stocks Are About to Make a Comeback (Institutional Investor)

Unbreakable (MicroCapClub)

Where’s the Value? (Humble Dollar)

Wide-Moat Investing Summit Preview: Technogym – (Body-)Building a Moat (MOI Global)

Private equity races to spend record $2.5tn cash pile (FT)

Howard Marks: LinkedIn (2019) (YouTube)

Is value investing dead? (MarketWatch)

There And Back Again: A Value Investor’s Tale (Greenwood Investors)

The Curse of Information (MarketFox)

Goldman Sachs says value investing is still alive if you play it with this twist (CNBC)

The Placebo Effect in Investment (Behavioural Investment)

Pirate Bay (Epsilon Theory)

David Swensen to Teach Future Fund Managers at Yale (Capital Allocators)

The Culture of Value Investing From Ben Graham’s & Warren Buffett’s Former Brokerage Firm (WealthTrack)

The Sports Gene (Barel Karsan)

5 Bits Of Investment Jargon that Are Actually Helpful (Sure Dividend)

Three Tough Questions Traders Need To Ask Themselves (TraderFeed)

Idiocy of the Masses or Masses of Idiots? (CFA Institute)

Serenity Now (Cliff Asness)

The Bull Market Checklist To Living Your Best Life Today (Financial Samurai)


This week’s best investing research reads:

The Trend Is Your Friend…and Kerplunk! (Howard Lindzon)

The Compelling Case for Mid Cap Stocks (Fortune Financial)

Negative Yields Are Pure Gold (Global Macro Monitor)

Mapping My Mind: Value Factor (FactorResearch)

Trend-Following Can Cut Risk (Morningstar)

Understanding Data Before Developing Models (Price Action Lab)

Bill Gates on Startups, Investing and Solving The World’s Hardest Problems (YouTube)

Trend Following: The Epitome of No Pain, No Gain (Alpha Architect)

Low volatility / Low beta performance – This smart beta edge has been real (Mark Rzepczynski)

Patience and Free Cash Flow (Advisor Perspectives)

Why ESG (environment, social, and governance) investing is a megatrend no asset manager can ignore (13D Research)


This week’s best investing podcasts:

Jesse Livermore – The Search for the Truth with the Anonymous Master EP.136 (Invest Like The Best)

Flirting with Models – Season 2 (Flirting With Models)

Episode #162: Chase Nobles, “I Think Other Ag Industries Are Going To Be Playing Catch Up With What We’ve Learned Through Hemp and Cannabis” (Meb Faber)

The Great Depression of 2073 (Animal Spirits)

TIP248: Mastermind Discussion 2Q 2019 (The Investors Podcast)


This week’s best investing animation:

Animation: The Basics of the Stock Market (Visual Capitalist)


This week’s best investing graphic:

A Visual History of the Largest Companies by Market Cap (1999-Today) (Visual Capitalist)

A Visual History of the Largest Companies by Market Cap (1999-Today)

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