This Week’s Best Investing Reads 7/12/2019

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

Blogger wisdom: genuine surprises (Abnormal Returns)

The Broker Who Saved America (The Reformed Broker)

Why stock-picking skills do, in fact, exist (The Globe and Mail)

‘Super 6’ List of Deep Value Investing Thought Leaders (and their quotes) (einvesting)

No A for Effort (Humble Dollar)

Country Risk: Determinants, Measures and Implications – The 2018 Edition (Aswath Damodaran)

The 7 Deadly Sins of Investing (The Irrelevant Investor)

The Danger of Judging Decisions by Their Outcomes (Validea)

The Upside of a Recession (A Wealth of Common Sense)

AQR’s Cliff Asness Told You Bad Times Were Coming (Institutional Investor)

The Price of Admission (Of Dollars and Data)

Stocks, Bonds Are in Sync as They Rise Higher—at Least for Now (Fortune)

My Personal Manifesto (Vitaliy Katsenelson)

Safal Niveshak is 8 Years Old (Safal Niveshak)

Is Value Investing Dead? (Pragmatic Capitalism)

The Fireworks Over Share Buybacks Are Duds (Jason Zweig)

The Giles Resolutions: Scandal and Bailouts in the 1790s (The Rational Walk)

Hindsight: The Most Valuable Investment Tool (ValuePlays)

Who is Benjamin Graham? How Did He Change Security Analysis? (Arbor Investment Planner)

Ranking the Best Value Investing Books (Financial Analyst Insider)

Buffett: Picking Winners is Hard (Novel Investor)

Indexing: Out with Tradition? (CFA Institute)

The Spanish Prisoner (Epsilon Theory)

Investors Are Preparing For A Global Recession (Zero Hedge)

The Ground Rules of Engagement for First-Time Investors (MOI Global)

Logistics, Logistics, Logistics – (Howard Lindzon)

Carl C. Icahn Issues Statement Regarding Caesars and Eldorado Merger (Carl Icahn)

Gambling in the Classroom (Fundoo Professor)

June Dividend Income Report – Is investing like Groundhog Day? (The Dividend Guy)

Imagine No Inflation (Albert Bridge Capital)

What Will Investors Be Saying in Ten Years’ Time? (Behavioural Investment)

Inseparable Pairs (Collaborative Fund)

Jonathan Boyar Interviewed on Yahoo Finance (Boyar Group)

This week’s best investing research reads:

Be Cautious Of Recession Indicators (UPFINA)

Market Sell-off Analysis: Baseline Historical Facts (Alpha Architect)

Decomposing the Credit Curve (Flirting With Models)

Recovering Perma-Bear At A Crossroad (The Integrating Investor)

Idea Discovery using insider activity for the two-year period ending (ShadowStock)

Do the Disappointing Scheid Vineyards Results Show a Bad Business in Decline? (Oddball Stocks)

Correlation screening – A way to quickly sort factor relationships (Mark Rzepczynski)

Volatility Not Cooperating With Stock Market High? (Dana Lyons)

4-Wheel Drive Portfolios and 3 Current Key Investment Themes (Advisor Perspectives)

This week’s best investing podcasts:

Montier: ‘How Do I Get Paid for Owning This Asset?’ (Morningstar)

Meb Faber: The Road Less Traveled (Investresolve)

#28: Michael Oliver On Why Momentum Is Truth In Markets (Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom)

Episode #164: Jake Shapiro, “It’s This Incredibly Engaging, Highly Effective Medium For Really Valuable Listening” (Meb Faber)

The Next Big Short? (Animal Spirits)

TIP250: Lessons from Billionaire Michael Bloomberg (The Investors Podcast)

Ash Williams – Florida SBA’s Reigning Chief (EP.104) (Capital Allocators)

Ep 132: Finding The Confidence To Avoid Discounting And Charge The Fee You’re Really Worth, with Linda Leitz (FASuccess)

Ep. 17: Stock Buyback Myths (Compound Your Knowledge)

This week’s best investing graphic:

Here’s How Much the Top CEOs of S&P 500 Companies Get Paid (Visual Capitalist)

Here's How Much Top CEOs of S&P 500 Companies Get Paid

(Source: Visual Capitalist)

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