What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 1/14/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 1/14/15

The Zulu Principle: Making extraordinary profits from ordinary shares [Jim Slater]

The perils of trying to time the market [Brooklyn Investor]

The six deadly sins of investing [Stable Investor]

A message from the bond market? [A Dash of Insight]

Advice on how to become a research analyst [CFA Institute]

A look at the new investing year [Mutual Fund Observer]

Why the Google downgrade is a year too late [MicroFundy]

Is Google the new Microsoft? [Bloomberg View]

On Dodge & Cox's secret ingredient [Barrons]

A look at Byron Trott: the billionaires' banker [Fortune]

Byron Wien's top ten surprises for 2015 [StreetInsider]

Title II for internet providers is all but confirmed by FCC chairman [Ars Technica]

Household debt servicing at a historical low [Calculated Risk]

A new policy to rescue Ukraine [George Soros]

Startup values set records [WSJ]

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