What We're Reading ~ 8/6/10 ~ market folly

Friday, August 6, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 8/6/10

A great new site for comparing stock brokerages [tradeWISER]

Hedge fund billionaires pledge to give fortune away [FINalternatives]

A Hedge Fund Tale of Reach and Grasp [Barton Biggs]

A great interview with Dan Ariely [Simoleon Sense]

When traders find themselves in 'justification mode' [The Kirk Report]

Phil Falcone's hedge fund targets insurance buy [Clusterstock]

Amazing fibonacci retracement [Fund My Mutual Fund]

An interview with Zeke Ashton of Centaur Capital Partners [Street Capitalist]

Nelson Peltz files a 13D on Family Dollar Stores (FDO) [Greenbackd]

A closer look at hedge fund ETFs [ETFdb]

Ten stock market myths that just won't die [WSJ]

And some myths about stockmarket myths that won't die either [Ultimi Barbarorum]

Harbinger Capital's wireless plan relies on hedge fund assets [Reuters]

Warren Buffett's Mr. Fix-It: David Sokol [Fortune]

How Fairholme's Berkowitz is breaking Wall Street's rules [WSJ]

Big investors fear deflation [WSJ]

Och Ziff's 23% return lures investors [Bloomberg]

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