Friday links: volatility variability

02Nov07

Yesterday’s market aside, are we in a “positivity bubble“? (TheStreet.com)

“Choose size based upon what you can afford to risk, not on what you want to gain.” (A Dash of Insight)

The stock exchanges are big beneficiaries of rising volatility. (FT Alphaville)

How stock market volatility affects position sizing. (TraderFeed)

How volatility of the stock market changes over the calendar year. (CXO Advisory Group)

ETNs are going to explode in popularity…” (WSJ.com)

Ways to trade a “broken stock.” (Daily Options Report)

The tyranny of the ABX index. (Alea)

Deja vu all over again at Merrill Lynch (MER). (NakedShorts)

The Canadian dollar is up 25% against the U.S. dollar this year. (globeinvestor.com)

Many are still waiting for the emerging market “bubble” to pop. (Economist.com)

An important caveat for investors looking to adopt short extension strategies. (All About Alpha)

The muni bond market in light of risks to the bond insurance industry. (Accrued Interest)

Research into the measurement of REIT fund performance. (Financial page)

The dark side of the moon. A cool graphic depiction, not the Pink Floyd album. (strange maps)

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