This Week’s Best Investing Reads 8/9/2019

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

Why the stock market must go down (The Reformed Broker)

Different Ways to be Rich in 2019 (A Wealth of Common Sense)

An Old Film on the Stock Market (csinvesting)

Whither Vanguard? (HumbleDollar)

Strategic Value Investing: A Thoughtful Approach (Yahoo)

Don’t Count Out Value Investing Despite Growth’s Spurt (Washington Post)

Why Aren’t Investors Worried? Ask Howard Marks (WSJ)

A Few Charts and a Few Thoughts (The Irrelevant Investor)

‘Big Short’ investor Steve Eisman says Zillow has one of the ‘most flawed’ business models he’s seen (Investing)

Howard Marks on Loans, Distressed Investing, Fed Policy (Bloomberg)

Bonds Are The New FANG! (The Felder Report)

Where Did This ‘Bull Market’ Come From, Anyway? (Jason Zweig)

A Story of Courage and Hope from the Life of Charlie Munger (Safal Niveshak)

CNBC’s full interview with billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn (CNBC)

The Evolution of Value Investing (Morningstar)

Buffett Steers Clear of Buying Stocks; Berkshire’s Cash Pile Hits a Record (Bloomberg)

It’s a Great Time to Be an Active Manager (Validea)

Good for Google, Bad for America (The NY Times)

Berkshire Hathaway Q2 2019 Report (Berkshire Hathaway)

Daniel Kahneman: Loss Tolerance (Novel Investor)

David Swensen Is Great for Yale. Is He Horrible for Investing? (Institutional Investor)

US companies take foot off stock buybacks pedal (FT)

Rescuing Investors (Ritholz)

How To Overcome Fear of Failure (TraderFeed)

The Money Value of Time (The Financial Bodyguard)

Buffett’s Berkshire Stung as Kraft Heinz Bet Drops to Record Low (Bloomberg)

When Money Dies (Of Dollars and Data)

Edward Altman: Where Are We in the Credit Cycle?* (CFA Institute)

One Indicator Shows August 2019 Recession (UPFINA)

It’s About Expectations (Miller Partners)

The Yuan Falls and Takes Us With It (Crossing Wall Street)

How I Think of the Stock Market During its Ups and Downs (Pragmatic Capitalism)

This week’s best investing research reads:

Harvesting the Bond Risk Premium (Flirting with Models)

Have Volatility Expectations Gotten Carried Away? (Dana Lyons)

Do Not Let Them Fool You (Price Action Lab)

PMI & Equity Factor Performance (FactorResearch)

The Economic Triangle: Part I (Advisor Perspectives)

The Perils (and Inevitability) of Forecasting (Alpha Architect)

Everything you need to know about ETFs and volatility on a 3X5 card (Mark Rzepczynski)

This week’s best investing podcasts:

Bps, Pieces and Wrestling (EP.45) (The ETF Experience)

The Bankrupt Barber (Animal Spirits)

Zweig To The Rescue (Reversion To The Mean)

TIP254:  Value Investing w/ Bill Nygren (The Investors Podcast)

Tony Greer – Market Update With An Independent Global Macro Analyst (Know Your Risk Radio)

103. Ian Cassel and The Power of Capacity Constrained Investing Strategies (Focused Compounding)

Chris Bloomstran – What Makes a Quality Company – [EP.141] (Invest Like The Best)

David Skarica: A Huge Bull Move for Gold Over the Next 5-10 Years (Palisade Radio)

#63 Winning at the Self-publishing Game with Hugh Howey (The Knowledge Project)

Episode #168: Brian Livingston, “What’s True Is That We Have To Adapt To Modern Markets” (Meb Faber)

Episode 112: Why It’s Better to Be Smart Than Lucky at Investing (Stansberry Investor Hour)

This week’s best investing video:

Visualizing the Evolution of Consumer Credit (YouTube)

(Source: YouTube)

This week’s best investing infographic:

The World’s Most Innovative Economies (Visual Capitalist)

Ranked: The World's Most Innovative Economies

(Source: Visual Capitalist)

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