Wednesday links: delays and glitches

28Feb07

Chuck Jaffe at Marketwatch.com on the importance of time horizons and “knowing your emotions” during market turmoil.

Big market moves inspire a spike in blog visits to investment-related blogs. (via Big Picture)

Greg Newton at NakedShorts on yesterday’s “delays and glitches” in calculating the Dow.

Paul Kedrosky at Infectious Greed on why the “technology troubles” at the NYSE do really matter.

Ticker Sense on overbought/oversold ETFs.

DealBook and FT Alphaville on what keeps PE chiefs up at night.

Duncan Kerr at Financial News on the posturing of hedge funds and private equity firms in anticipation of further debt restructurings.

Will deal making slow in light of increased market volatility? (via DealBook)

Bubble? There’s no bubble in private equity. (via FT Alphaville)

John Carney at DealBreaker.com on the weird interplay between environmentalists and private equity investors in the TXU deal.

Another shareholder activist can claim victory. (via DealBook)

Jeff D. Opdyke in the Wall Street Journal on the continuing decline in active risk taken on by equity mutual fund managers.

CXO Advisory Group on a research paper that includes the VIX to help explain stock price movements.

All About Alpha on the blurring lines between institutional and retail investors in their hunt for alpha.

Eleanor Laise in the Wall Street Journal on where investors are looking for yields.

Thomas Kostigen at Marketwatch.com on a survey showing rich investors have pulled in their risk profiles.

Stockpickr is indexing the blogosophere’s best finance and investment blogs.

Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution and Free exchange on the economics of whether “carbon offsets” really work.

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