What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 3/27/13 ~ market folly

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 3/27/13

Doug Kass' basic investing tenets [TheStreet]

Cannibals: finding companies doing 'good' buybacks [ValueInvestingLetter]

Four villains of decision making [Farnam Street]

Student loan write-offs hit $3 billion in first 2 months of year [Yahoo News]

America's new railroad age [WSJ]

Examining Cupid PLC [Bronte Capital]

Relative value in credit risk [Bigger Capital]

Technicals: keeping an eye on Dr. Copper [Kimble Charting]

Soda consumption declines to lowest level since 1996 [CNBC]

Value investing in India is dead [Atyant Capital]

Investors face a shrinking stock supply [USAToday]

Market psychology money and investing personality tests [MarketPsych]

Hewlett Packard (HPQ) shares soar, but is it a real turnaround? [Barrons]

Dell (DELL) board continue talks with Icahn and Blackstone [Dealbook]

Google (GOOG): How YouTube is casually beating other social networks [PandoDaily]

Don't blame Barnes & Noble (BKS) [Digital Book World]

10 influential blogs financial advisors should be following [Financial-Planning]

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