Monday links: three-fund solution

27Nov06

Jonathan Burton at Marketwatch.com on the boring, but satisfying, strategy that is the “three-fund” solution.

Brett Steenbarger at TraderFeed on widening your trading horizons and how to identify three different types of “trading idiots.”

Justin Lahart in the Wall Street Journal on the tendency of stronger stocks to underperform in November.

Roger Ehrenberg at Information Arbitrage with a skeptical look at the prospects for black-box strategies to take over the investment world.

FT Alphaville on the overwhelming sense of complacency about risk.

Avery Johnson in the Wall Street Journal on drug-eluding stents and why “sure things” are not always so.

Paul Kedrosky at Infectious Greed points to a piece on our penchant to worry about the wrong things because of mis-informed probabilities.

Matthew Goldstein at TheStreet.com on the future for LIPOs.

David Warsh at Economic Principals on the future of newspapers and economics blogs.

John Hussman at Hussman Funds on “Why Warren Buffett plays bridge.”

All About Alpha with more on the “hedge fund cloning movement.”

John F. Waski on Bloomberg.com on the conflict in managing mutual funds and hedge funds simultaneously.

Barbara Kiviat at Time on the fact that hedge funds are attracting more attention.

DealBook on whether the market for hedge funds is “overheated.”

John Carney at DealBreaker.com on a sign that hedge funds are “over” and points to a piece on the future of air taxi services.

James Surowiecki in the New Yorker on the fact that “business is not a sporting event.”

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