This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads: Poking Holes in the Market Bubble Hypothesis (csinvesting) Income Investors: It’s OK to Be Sad, But Don’t Get Desperate (Jason Zweig) Stocks Are More Than Twice As Highly Valued Today Than They Were In 1987 Before The Crash (The Felder Report) They’re All Going to Leave (The Irrelevant Investor) The Most Important Thing That Counts in Investing is Character (Safal Niveshak) … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

Johnny HopkinsValue Investing News Comments

Here is a list of some of this week’s best investing reads: Financial News Doesn’t Rhyme But It Does Repeat Itself (A Wealth of Common Sense) The Price of Progress (The Irrelevant Investor) Bulls Rampage (csinvesting) Life Lessons from a Self-Made Billionaire: My Conversation with Ray Dalio (Farnam Street) Why You Don’t Want to Invest Like an Expert (Jason Zweig) Mark Yusko Discusses His 10-Year Bet With Warren Buffett (The Felder Report) … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

Johnny HopkinsValue Investing News Comments

Here’s a list of some of the best investing reads we found this week: Will You Be Ready When the Stock Market Crashes Again? (Jason Zweig) Good Thing Jesse Isn’t Around To See This (The Macro Tourist) Kryptonite Even Superman Could Love… (Wexboy) The Four Fundamental Skills of All Investing (Collaborative Fund) Good Advice vs. Effective Advice (A Wealth of Common Sense) According To Warren Buffett’s Own Methods Stocks Are … Read More

The Value Stock Comeback Could Be A Bad Sign For The Market – CNBC

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Here’s an interesting article by Rebecca Ungarino at CNBC which highlights a shift in the trend from growth stocks to value stocks and some of the reasons why. Here’s an excerpt from that article: After broad underperformance for most of this year, value stocks are beginning to outpace growth stocks. To some, that’s a bad sign for the overall market. Growth began … Read More

Picking Growth Stocks Is Much More Difficult Than Picking Value Stocks – Bloomberg

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Here’s an interesting article by Nir Kaissar at Bloomberg that suggests picking growth stocks may be much more difficult than picking value stocks. Here’s an excerpt from that article: Picking stocks is famously difficult. But just how difficult is one of the oldest arguments in finance. New York Times columnist Jeff Sommer reopened the debate last week with a piece … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s are some of this week’s best investing reads: New Highs Should Be Bought, Not Sold (The Irrelevant Investor) Why Won’t You People Panic Already? (The Reformed Broker) Income Alpha (A Wealth of Common Sense) Cryptocurrencies & Blockchain – Longs, Shorts, or Trading Sardines… (Wexboy) U.S. investors see a correction coming — and are ready to buy the dip (Globe & Mail) Some Market Myths Hurt Investors (Bloomberg) Where In The … Read More

Is Value Investing Dead? It Depends on How You Measure It – WSJ

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Here’s a great article by Wes Gray at the Wall Street Journal which demonstrates that value investing is not dead. It just depends on which metrics you use to measure its performance. Wes Gray is the CEO and CIO of Alpha Architect, a quantitative asset manager based near Philadelphia. Here’s an excerpt from that article: Is value investing dead? It’s a question … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s some of this week’s best investing reads: Overcoming Your Demons (Collaborative Fund) How NYU teaches MBA Students about Bitcoin (The Reformed Broker) Market Complexity Could Trigger the Next Crash (Visual Capitalist) Are You a Better Investor? (Jason Zweig) All or Nothing Analysis (The Irrelevant Investor) Episode #72: Radio Show: Investor Sentiment – What is it Telling Us About this Bull’s Length? (Meb Faber) You Need To Do What Others Don’t (MicroCapClub) Imagine It’s September … Read More

Value Stocks So Cheap – We Can Only Hope Now Is Like March 2000

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Here’s a great article at Forbes written by John Buckingham, Chief Investment Officer of Al Frank Asset Management, that reports some positive signs for value investors. The five trading days just completed was our kind of week, as despite another missile fired over Japan by North Korea, the equity markets moved nicely higher, with the major market averages again hitting all-time highs … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s some of this week’s best investing reads: Markets Are Hard: Seth Klarman Edition (A Wealth of Common Sense) A Few Charts and a Few Thoughts at All-Time Highs (The Irrelevant Investor) Ray Dalio, The Steve Jobs of Investing (Tim Ferriss) Delivering Alpha Conference Notes 2017: Robertson, Dalio, Chanos, Cooperman & More (Market Folly) Overvalued Stocks are Ruining the Economy (Sprott Money News) Diversification overrated? Not a chance! (Jason Zweig) Tiger Management’s Julian … Read More

Value Investing Woes Reflect Anxiety Among Equity Buyers

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A recent article at the Financial Times attempts to explain the present level of anxiety amongst equity buyers using the current value investing environment as an example: Here’s an excerpt from that article: It has become commonplace to ask how stock markets can be rallying when the world is confronted by so much uncertainty. Financial factors such as interest rates … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s some of this week’s best investing reads: A Dozen Lessons about Investing and Money from Dan Ariely (25iq) The Wrong Side of Right (Farnam Street) The Unintended Consequences of Innovation (A Wealth of Common Sense) A Chat With Daniel Kahneman (Collaborative Fund) Markets don’t care who is President (Bloomberg) The Myth of Stock Market Tops (wsj.com) If you’re going to make predictions, make them often (The Reformed Broker) … Read More

Is Value Investing Broken? – Morningstar

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Just finished reading a great article titled – Is Value Investing Broken? – at Morningstar. The article demonstrates that while a value investing strategy can be difficult to stick to at times, it’s still a commonsense strategy that outperforms over time, based on the principle: cheap stuff outperforms expensive stuff over the long term. Here’s an except from the article: … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads

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Here’s some of this week’s best investing reads: Full Interview with Warren Buffett (CNBC) The Benefits of Being a Psychopath (A Wealth of Common Sense) Hitting The Target (Marketfox) Short Term Momentum and Long Term Reversals Can Coexist (Alpha Architect) Value: Dead or just slumbering? (Advisor Perspectives) When is a P/E not a PE: Case Study in Indexing (csinvesting) What Do the Best Investors Do That the Rest Don’t? (Behavioral Value … Read More

Value Investing Having Its Worst Run Since The Financial Crisis – WSJ

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If you’re wondering why your value investing strategy is under-performing you’ll be interested in this interview by Charlie Turner at Your Money Matters and The Wall Street Journal’s Steve Russolillo regarding the current under-performance of value investing. Russolillo says value funds globally are on track to post their worst performance this year … relative to growth funds since before the financial … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here are this week’s best investing reads: When to Sell Your Investments (A Wealth of Common Sense) Have We Learned Nothing From The Financial Crisis? (The Felder Report) The investing secrets of hedge fund legend Seth Klarman: ‘Never hold on for the last nickel’ (CNBC) How a New Audit Rule Could Bring Sunshine to U.S. Markets (Jason Zweig) Tweets of the Week (Meb Faber Research) A Tesla 2017 Update: … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here’s some of this week’s best investing reads: Hot Stock Rally Tests The Patience Of A Choosy Lot: Value Investors (WSJ) Business vs. Investing, w/ Jason Zweig and Morgan Housel – [Invest Like the Best, EP.50] (The Investor’s Fieldguide) The Canadian Housing Market is Bananas (A Wealth of Common Sense) Risks Are Rising While Low Risks Are Discounted (Ray Dalio – LinkedIn) Investing Matters: To Companies … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads: The Biggest Common Investment Errors (A Wealth of Common Sense) The Market Really Is Different This Time (Jason Zweig) Stock Picking vs. Portfolio Construction The Role of Checklists (Fundoo Professor) If This is 1929… (The Irrelevant Investor) Bull Trap? (The Felder Report) A Dozen Lessons about Business and Investing from Poker (25iq) Inverting the Money Problem (Safal Niveshak) Warren Buffett talks about his Mentor Benjamin Graham (We … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads: A Millennial’s Rebuttal (The Irrelevant Investor) By This Measure The Current Stock Market Bubble Is Far Bigger Than The Dotcom Bubble (The Felder Report) a modest proposal (The Reformed Broker) The Crypto Currency Debate: Future of Money or Speculative Hype? (Musings On Markets) How Filter Bubbles Distort Reality: Everything You Need to Know (Farnam Street) Investing in the Misunderstood (MicroCapClub) Asymmetric Polarization (The Big Picture) … Read More

This Week’s Best Investing Reads – Curated Links

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Here’s a list of this week’s best investing reads: Blogs 1. A Dozen Lessons on Investing from Ed Thorp (25iq) 2. The Biggest Stocks (A Wealth of Common Sense) 3. “Worrying is a serious offense” (Above The Market) 4. Academic Research Insight: When Does International Investing Make Sense? (Alpha Architect) 5. Three Lessons from the Bernie Madoff Scandal (CFA Institute Enterprising Investor) 6. A Fanatic is One Who Can’t Change his … Read More