This Week’s Best Investing Articles, Research, Podcasts 9/6/2019

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

The Eternal Pursuit of Unhappiness (Farnam Street)

Debunking the Silly ‘Passive is a Bubble’ Myth  (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Financial Crises, Early Investment Trusts, FinTech (Jamie Catherwood)

Chart o’ the Day: Where the bears are in trouble (The Reformed Broker)

What The Historic Plunge In Yields Means For Bonds And Gold (The Felder Report)

Investors and Operators: Lessons I’ve Learned From Both Worlds (Brent Beshore)

News And Price – A Curious Relationship (ValueWalk)

The Power of Compounding: Manhattan, Alaska, U.S. Stocks, and Gold (Morningstar)

Consumers Are At Tipping Point, So Prepare For Bear Stock Market And Recession (Forbes)

Seth Klarman’s 3 Secrets to Value Investing – (Yahoo Finance)

The Investment Drama Triangle (My Essential Wealth)

WeWork Parent Weighs Slashing Its Valuation Roughly in Half (WSJ)

“Make It Stop” (The Irrelevant Investor)

Big Short’s Michael Burry Reveals His Picks of Undervalued Japanese Companies (Bloomberg)

Why yields are the best guide to future stockmarket returns (Economist)

Value Stocks or Value Traps? (Validea)

Major Asset Classes | August 2019 | Performance Review (The Capital Spectator)

Top 20 Incredible Stock Market Statistics and Facts in 2019 (Fortunly)

5 Great Investing Books for Beginners (Morningstar)

Status Anxiety or: how our neighbours make us worse investors (Klement on Investing)

The Best Way to Consume Information (Of Dollars and Data)

Gold (in real terms) (Barry Ritholz)

The Funds That Make You Buy Low and Sell High (Jason Zweig)

It’s In There (The Human Advisor)

You Better Love This (Collaborative Fund)

The Lost Decade: The Best and Worst of Times (Evidence Based Investor)

No Worries (Humble Dollar)

How to Read Financial News Redux: Separate the Narrative from the Noise (CFA Institute)

Why You Might Want to Stop Measuring Your Portfolio’s Performance Against the S&P; 500 (Focused Compounding)

Three Things I Think I Think – Bubbles Edition (Pragmatic Capitalism)

This week’s best investing research reads:

An Analysis of “Benjamin Graham’s Net Current Asset Values: A Performance Update” (Alpha Architect)

Under The Big Top (Dana Lyons)

Sector Momentum Flirting With Models)

Does This Look Like Risk Aversion? (Global Macro Monitor)

The Alpha is not in Alternative Data (Price Action Lab)

In Defence of Life-cycle Strategies (Investment Innovation)

Where Is The Economy Headed In The Next 6 Months? (UPFINA)

The Role of Education in Economic Development: A Theoretical Perspective (papers.ssrn)

A duration-bubble or a low-volatility bubble? (The LT3000 Blog)

Improving The Odds Of Value: II (FactorResearch)

Remarkable Stat (Crossing Wall Street)

Yield curve inversion and stocks returns – Not too nice (Mark Rzepczynski)

Bigger’s Been Better (Advisor Perspectives)

This week’s best investing podcasts:

TIP258: Current Market Conditions and Value Investing w/ Tobias Carlisle (The Investors Podcast)

Who Are the Losers? (Animal Spirits)

Episode #172: Cam Harvey, “This is a Time of Considerable Risk of a Drawdown” (Meb Faber)

Bill Kelly: Alternative Investments (EP.49) (The ETF Experience)

How to Forecast the Future (Odd Lots)

Frank Giustra: Billionaire Investor says Biggest Gold Bull Market of All Time Starting Now (Palisade Radio)

#65 Trust, Compassion, and Shooting Friends from Cannons with Hollywood Kingmaker Shep Gordon (The Knowledge Project)

Episode 117: How Elon Musk Fools Investors (Stansberry Investor Hour)

Eric Ries – Lean Start-Ups and the Long-Term Stock Exchange (EP.107) (Ted Seides)

Kitces & Carl Ep 15: Why Are We So Afraid To Just Listen (Nerds Eye View)

This week’s best investing infographic:

Economic Bubbles: The History, Causes, and Effects (Fortunly)

(Source: Fortunly)

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