What We're Reading ~ 7/19/10 ~ market folly

Monday, July 19, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 7/19/10

Diary of a Very Bad Year: Confessions of an Anonymous Hedge Fund Manager [Book]

An excerpt from the above book [Newsweek]

Are we entering a new era of stockpicking? [FT Alphaville]

An undervalued stock at 52-week highs [Street Capitalist]

Stamp prices on the rise: postal arbitrage? [ValueHuntr ~ remember Market Folly readers receive a 15% discount to their Value Edge newsletter]

On the topic of business competition [Farnam Street]

Why do investors buy Cheerios on sale, but not stocks? [ValuePlays]

Wilbur Ross on his distressed bank strategy [Variant Perceptions]

Three new picks from the ultimate stock pickers [Morningstar]

Eric Sprott steps down as CEO of firm to focus on running funds [The Globe and Mail]

On investing in John Malone and Starz Entertainment [Street Capitalist]

New sports betting hedge fund [BusinessWeek]

Small investors flee stocks [WSJ]

Doug Kass on the similarities between poker and investing/trading [Business Insider]

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