What We're Reading ~ 9/3/10 ~ market folly

Friday, September 3, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 9/3/10

Investing in preferred stocks [Benzinga]

On Microsoft's (MSFT) softness [Abnormal Returns]

Tudor returns to its roots [Absolute Return+Alpha]

We are honored to be included in the top 50 stock market blogs [OnlineMBA]

MarketFolly was recently interviewed by TheKirkReport [Interview]

The best investment advice you'll ever get [Blog Maverick]

Exclusive interview with Jon Moulton [DistressedDebtInvesting]

Dividend stocks for a tough investing environment [Pragmatic Capitalism]

On Benjamin Graham's core principles [ValuePlays]

Microsoft's stock price attracts flock of value investors [Rational Walk]

Fairfax financial bets deflation [Street Capitalist]

Looking at the investment case for BP (BP) [FT Alphaville]

More on the for-profit education space [CNBC]

Case study on Eagle Rock Energy Partners (EROC) [Kerrisdale Capital]

Enhancing value for the equity, a case study of Energy Partners (EPL) [Kerrisdale Capital]

Free issues from the famous Grants Interest Rate Observer [GRO]

Apple's (AAPL) stock actually looks cheap [Peridot Capitalist]

Profitable lessons from Michael Price [ValueHuntr]

Furiex Pharma (FURX): A spinoff trading at net cash [Oozing Alpha]

How companies can exploit the spread between bonds and stocks [Money Game]

Why private equity is chasing the next satellite dream [Forbes]

The decline of the P/E ratio [WSJ]

Latest letter from Francis Chou [Chou Funds]

Jeff Gundlach begins selling treasuries [zero hedge]

Hedge funds are bigger, safer but duller [Economist]

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