What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 4/10/13 ~ market folly

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 4/10/13

Choosing simplicity as a default [Abnormal Returns]

Goldman Sachs on slipping into a slowdown [Business Insider]

On sustainable competitive advantages & profitability [Deloitte]

Finding alpha in short interest data [Thomson Reuters]

Lumber prices near housing bubble high [Calculated Risk]

Do you think you might be trying too hard? [Greenbackd]

An interesting presentation on floats and moats [Fundoo Professor]

The supply and demand of alpha is not static [Abnormal Returns]

Comparing returns between property and collectibles [FT]

Shodan: the scariest search engine on the internet [CNN Money]

A low growth world can also mean high profits [NYTimes]

Single family homes built for rent market [Eye on Housing]

College, Inc. [PBS Frontline]

Daniel Kahneman on the danger in trusting your gut [Forbes]

Carrefour (EPA:CA): up the right aisle [The Economist]

Holy buybacks Batman ~ DirecTV (DTV) [Fool]

How entrepreneurs really succeed [Malcom Gladwell]

Mark Cuban on lessons learned about leadership [Forbes]

The best undergraduate business schools for finance [Business Week]

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