What We're Reading ~ 4/16/10 ~ market folly

Friday, April 16, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 4/16/10

Benjamin Graham's P/E10 ratio [Greenbackd]

Goldman Sachs says oil is going to $99 ... deja vu? [Pragmatic Capitalist]

A video look at some of the latest activist investing situations & 13D filings [Reformed Broker on StockTwits.tv]

Why the Yale model of investing doesn't work for everyone [Justin Fox, Harvard Business Review]

10 rules for investing [The Big Picture]

Did long/short hedge funds fail investors in 2008 & 2009? [All About Alpha]

All roads lead to inflation [Humble Student of the Markets]

A look at the correlation between bond yields & equities [Trader's Narrative]

The Magnetar trade: how one hedge fund kept the bubble going [ProPublica]

An interview with Mohnish Pabrai [Forbes]

Deep truth about markets and investing; a great list [Crossing Wall Street]

And an interview with legendary contrarian David Dreman [ValueWalk]

Lampert's hedge fund buys junk rated paper from Sears [Bloomberg]

Generating alpha with merger arbitrage [Morningstar]

Event driven hedge funds in vogue [MarketWatch]

Merrill Lynch's $50 billion feud [Fortune]

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