This Week’s Best Investing Reads 6/7/2019

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

Tobias Carlisle – The Risks And Rewards Of Deep Value Investing (Bloomberg)

The Danger of Comparing Yourself to Others (Farnam Street)

Tesla’s Travails: Curfew for a Corporate Teenager? (Aswath Damodaran)

Financial Advice For My New Daughter (Collaborative Fund)

The Coddling of the American Investor (The Irrelevant Investor)

Why ESG matters in value investing (Schroders)

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett pick up a shift at Dairy Queen (YouTube)

The Winners Will Take All in Factor Investing (Institutional Investor)

Business Booms & Depressions: 1775-1943 (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Value stocks are trading at the steepest discount in history (MarketWatch)

Investing On Persistent Foundations (The Intergrating Investor)

Computer Models Won’t Beat the Stock Market Any Time Soon (Bloomberg)

Investing and The Art of Due Diligence (Safal Niveshak)

Is Warren Buffett the Greatest Factor Investor? (Validea)

Why I don’t wake up to the news (The Reformed Broker)

The Misbehavior of Markets (Barel Karsan)

Vancouver, Casinos and Grandmothers (The Macro Tourist)

Is Amazon like Berkshire Hathaway, Circa 1985? (Value Stock Guide)

Poker-Playing Hedge Fund Managers Have an Edge (Yahoo Finance)

Active Equity Management Fails Again to Make Its Case (Morningstar)

A New Rule Won’t Make Your Broker an Angel (Jason Zweig)

Is the Bond Market Predicting Recession? (Pragmatic Capitalism)

How I Use StockCharts (The Felder Report)

Faith in Central Banks (csinvesting)

Buy And Verify (MicroCapClub)

Investment Management Fees: Beware the Cobra Effect (CFA Institute)

On average, returns are rarely average (The Evidence Based Investor)

Remembering Legendary Investor John Neff (Barron’s)

A Guide To Buying Dividend Stocks (The Dividend Guy Blog)

An Old Man’s Gripes (HumbleDollar)

Academic (public) and hedge fund (private) alternative risk premia (Mark Rzepczynski)

The Goldilocks Zone of Personal Finance (Of Dollars and Data)


This week’s best investing research reads:

Skewness Effect in Commodities (Alpha Architect)

How To Allocate Smartly To Smart Beta (FactorResearch)

The long-term decline in bond yields enters a new phase (Economist)

20 Steps To A Recession (UPFINA)

Tactical Credit (Flirting With Models)

Quant Funds Must Have Realistic Targets (Price Action Lab)

Market Trends for May 2019 (Top Traders Unplugged)

This ‘Adjusted’ Yield Curve Indicates A Recession May Come Early (Speculators Anonymous)

10-Year U.S. Treasury Yield Trendline (Advisor Perspectives)


This week’s best investing podcasts:

Michael Mauboussin – Overcoming Biases for Effective Decision-Making (Value Investing With Legends)

The Influencer Bubble (Animal Spirits)

Is Value Investing Dead (The Intellectual Investor)

TIP245: Part1 – Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting Q&A – Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger (The Investors Podcast)

Episode #159: Ashby Monk, “The Fee And Cost Issue Is Important Because It Is A Catalyst For Innovation” (Meb Faber)

Scott Galloway Discusses the Algebra of Happiness (Masters In Business)

i3 Podcast Ep 25: Daniel Grioli (Market Fox)

Rob McEwen: Keynote: The Bull Market in Gold Equities is Here (Palisade Radio)

Ep 127: Creating A Stewardship Report To Show Your Ongoing Value To [401(k) Or Other] Clients, With Jania Stout (FA Success)

Russ Roberts on Life as an Economics Educator (Conversations With Tyler)

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