What We're Reading ~ 7/30/10 ~ market folly

Friday, July 30, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 7/30/10

Goldman Sachs defends its fund of funds offering [Absolute Return + Alpha]

New actively managed long/short ETF [FINalternatives]

Vistaprint (VPRT) is a busted growth story [CNBC]

Performance wise, it's been a tough year for the Tiger Cubs [Institutional Investor]

Soros Fund Management eyes Bombay exchange stake [FINalternatives]

How a portfolio manager climbs the 'wall of worry' [WallStCheatSheet]

On Hugh Hendry, London's contrarian fund manager [DealBook]

Merger arbitrage funds eye takeover revival [FT]

Opportunities in post-bankruptcy equities? [Barron's]

Market thoughts from hf managers Gerstenhaber, Arbess, & Ramsey [Bloomberg]

Profile of Li Lu, possible successor to Warren Buffett [WSJ]

An interview with Lee Partridge on a diversified approach to diversification [FuturesMag]

List of leveraged buyout candidates [WSJ]

Has Google (GOOG) lost its gusto? [Fortune]

Wyly Brothers charged with fraud [SEC]

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