What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 6/19/13 ~ market folly

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 6/19/13

Timeless investing wisdom from great hedge fund managers [The Art of Value Investing]

Oakmark's Bill Nygren on Google (GOOG) [Reformed Broker]

Are higher mortgage rates bad for the economy? [ValuePlays]

Overcoming your negativity bias [Dealbook]

James Montier: doing nothing not a bad idea in this market [InvestmentNews]

Pairs trading: performance of a relative-value arbitrage rule [Turnkey Analyst]

A framework to analyze utility stocks [Graham Disciple]

3 things Bill Gates has learned from Warren Buffett [Bill Gates]

Time Warner (TWX) looks fully priced now [Barrons]

On a potential Kabel Deutschland/Liberty Global connection [FT]

On behavioral portfolio management [CFA]

Why Netflix (NFLX) is producing original content [Felix Salmon]

As interest rates rise, banks face new stress tests [Fortune]

US regulator says Deutsche Bank (DB) horribly undercapitalized [Reuters]

Barnes & Noble (BKS) keeps slashing Nook tablet prices [CNNMoney]

Google (GOOG) takes home half of worldwide mobile internet ad revenues [eMarketer]

The Physics of Wall Street: A brief history of predicting the unpredictable [Seeking Alpha]

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