What We're Reading ~ 6/18/10 ~ market folly

Friday, June 18, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 6/18/10

More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of a New Elite [Sebastian Mallaby]

Learning to love hedge funds, an excerpt from the above book [WSJ]

Former Atticus Capital right-hand man started a new hedge fund [FINalternatives]

A bear market or just a correction? [Pragmatic Capitalism]

Benjamin Graham on investment versus speculation [ValueHuntr ~ remember our readers receive a 15% discount to their Value Edge newsletter as well]

What have the ultimate stockpickers been buying and selling [Morningstar]

Jim Chanos is short a major oil company and it's not BP [Clusterstock]

Video: finding relative strength for the next big move [Joe Fahmy]

Asset allocation: back to basics [Humble Student of the Markets]

Interview with Eric Sprott [TheStreet]

Doomed to repeat the same buy and hold mistakes? [Investment Advisor]

Stocks too cheap? Or earnings estimates too high? [WSJ MarketBeat]

PIMCO's Bill Gross bought $100 million of BP debt [Reuters]

Byron Wien says hedge fund returns may halve [BusinessWeek]

A buy signal for stocks is emerging [Barron's]

Some background on the eclectic Hugh Hendry [Motley Fool]

Stocks that just won't quit [Barron's]

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