What We're Reading ~ 3/26/10 ~ market folly

Friday, March 26, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 3/26/10

Learning from hedge fund Scion Capital's Michael Burry [Street Capitalist]

Also, an in-depth look at Michael Burry in Michael Lewis' new book [The Big Short]

The rise of return envy [Abnormal Returns]

The death cross in China [Pragmatic Capitalist]

Bill Ackman's greatest short detailed in the new book Confidence Game [Bloomberg]

It's okay to borrow investment leads/ideas from others [Reformed Broker]

Assessing the latest movements out of Yale's Endowment [peHUB]

Hedge fund resume writing tips [HedgeFundBlogMan]

Taking a look at the Lions Gate Entertainment/Carl Icahn situation [MergerArbitrageInvesting]

Many hedge funds are short Palm (PALM). Here's why the company's only hope might be an acquisition [Business Insider]

Interview with Jim Chanos [NY Observer]

Short sellers & financial misconduct (direct .pdf link) [AmericanFinanceAssociation]

Screen of stocks looking at the dogs of the Dow & net payout yield [SmartMoney]

My life in finance [Eugene Fama]

SEC probing 2 other big name hedgies [NYTimes]

Good profile of Carl Icahn [NYTimes]

Brief profile of Moore Capital's Louis Bacon [Wall Street Journal ~ subscription required to view it, but you can get a discount here]

Financial websites & blogs most influential with individual investors, study finds [IR Web Report]

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