What We're Reading ~ 7/9/10 ~ market folly

Friday, July 9, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 7/9/10

If you haven't read it yet, Bill Ackman's first quarter letter [Dealbreaker]

A list of some top finance blogs of the internet sorted by traffic [iBankCoin]

David Tepper's Appaloosa Management settles short-selling charges [FINalternatives]

Yield curve says slow growth but no recession [Pragmatic Capitalism]

Honored to be included on a list of the top workhorse financial blogs [Reformed Broker]

Mr. Market Miscalculates: The Bubble Years and Beyond [James Grant]

BP's stock price and the now-or-never trade [Fortune]

Paulson hit with $2 billion in redemptions [Absolute Return+Alpha]

Pros and cons of independent trading [The Kirk Report]

An in-depth analysis of First Financial Northwest (FFNW) [Above Average Odds Investing]

The 1930 stock market versus the 2010 stock market: a visual comparison [ChartSwingTrader]

A look at SonicWALL (SNWL) [Merger Arbitrage Investing]

Get out of stocks warns Robert Prechter [The Globe and Mail]

AgBank's IPO: Emering markets continue to dominate developed world [WSJ DealJournal]

10 solid dividend stocks from the ultimate stock pickers [Morningstar]

A paper on the behavior of hedge funds during liquidity crises [SSRN]

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