This Week’s Best Investing Articles, Research, Podcasts 3/6/2020

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

Corona Panic (Collaborative Fund)

Using Models to Stay Calm in Charged Situations (Farnam Street)

Don’t Lose It (Humble Dollar)

What Happens to Stocks After a Big Down Month? (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Should I Sell My Stocks?  (The Irrelevant Investor)

What You Should Buy in a Recession (The Reformed Broker)

Putting The Fastest Correction In History Into Context (The Felder Report)

How Are You Different? (MicroCapClub)

Carnivirus (Scott Galloway)

The Pros Have to Sell Stocks Now. You Don’t. (Jason Zweig)

Data Update 5: Relative Risk and Hurdle Rates (Aswath Damodaran)

What Stocks to Buy in a Crisis (Verdad)

3 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Bonds (Of Dollars and Data)

Pandemics, Portfolios and Perspective (bps and pieces)

Three Things I Think I Think (Prag Cap)

Business Service Stocks: Overcoming Familiarity Bias (Sean Stannard-Stockton)

How Buffett Holds: The Incredible Importance of the “Contrasting Trajectories” of Long-Term Winners and Losers (Focused Compounding)

Washout? (Dana Lyons)

Pershing Square Holdings, Ltd. Releases Communication to Shareholders (Pershing Square)

CNBC’s full interview with Jeffrey Gundlach (YouTube)

COVID, Investing, and You: A Few Questions Answered (Safal Niveshak)

Fossil Fuels Are Out, Renewables Are In (Investment U)

Enrique Abeyta’s latest thoughts; A Shanghai friend’s report and charts; A bookshelf of classic books (Whitney Tilson)

12 Things That Won’t Help You During a Market Correction (A Wealth of Common Sense)

The Impact of Coronavirus: People, Economy & Your Portfolio (Vitaliy Katsenelson)

Pandemics & Markets (Jamie Catherwood)

There Is Always Enough Time To Panic Redux (Aleph)

Perspective (Albert Bridge)

Who Cares What Mr. Market Thinks! (Brooklyn Investor)

Should You React To The Surge In Stock Market Volatility? (The Capital Spectator)

Wanna Bet? (Musing Zebra)

The models that won’t die (Klement)

Financial Red Flags, and How They Affect Stock Selection (MOI Global)

One thing we shouldn’t be stressed about (Brinker)

VCs should play bridge (Alex Danco)

Why Are Stock Market Crashes Permanently Impermanent? (A Teachable Moment)


This week’s best value-investing reads:

The Value Premium is Smaller, but Not Dead (Validea)

Is this the end of value investing or the beginning of a golden period for value stocks? (Globe and Mail)

Defending Value, Shorting Selectively With Tobias Carlisle (Podcast) (Contrarian Investor)


This week’s best investing research reads:

How do Institutional Investors approach Climate Risks? (Alpha Architect)

Hidden Ideas in Macro: The Long-Forgotten “M” (CFA Institute)

Oh My! What’s This Stuff Really Worth? (Advisor Perspectives)

Domestic Fixed Income Factor Implementations (Flirting with Models)

Top 5 Papers Feb 23 to 29, 2020 (SSRN)

Does Emergency Rate Cut Help The Economy? (UPFINA)

New study provides fresh insight on bond returns (TEBI)

Dynamic vs. static analysis, and what US shale and technology sectors have in common (LT3000)

Why Smart Money Use Bonds As A Stock Short Proxy (GMM)

ESG vs Low Carbon Investing (FactorResearch)

5-Chart Friday (2/21/20) (Compound Advisors)

Conditional momentum based on the basis (carry) – It works (DSGMV)


This week’s best investing podcasts:

Jeff Lawson – How to Build a Platform (Invest Like The Best)

The Emergency Rate Cut (Animal Spirits)

Episode #204: Doug Hapeman and Matt Milford, “We Have This Vision Of Recreating Mental Healthcare With Technology To Make People Happier and Healthier” (Med Faber)

The Dangers of Headline Investing (Excess Returns)

Nicole Boyson: How to Spot Financial Advisor Conflicts of Interest (The Long View)

S8 E5 Terry Savage, Finance Professional (Sherman Show)

Mike Mauzé – Escape Velocity for CPG Brands at VMG Partners (Capital Allocators)

Maura Pape & Brendan Ahern (Behind The Markets)

TIP285: Turning Adversity Into Advantage – Laura Huang’s Edge (TIP)

#77 Mike Maples: Living in the Future (Knowledge Project)

We Might Need a Retest: What Are Your Thoughts? (The Compound)

Ep. 110 – Performance Wins Out: If Investors Make Money Then EGP Makes Money with Tony Hansen, CIO of EGP Capital (Planet MicroCap)

Real Leaders: Ernest Shackleton Leads a Harrowing Expedition (HBR)


This week’s best investing tweet:


This week’s best investing graphic:

The Most Loved Brands, by Generation (Visual Capitalist)

(Source: Visual Capitalist)

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