Sunday links: coffee is cool

10Aug08

More on the cleanup of the auction rate securities morass.  (Barrons.com, WSJ.com)

Warren Buffett has changed the way he goes about investing Berkshire’s capital.  (Deal Journal)

Value managers are preaching patience in light of recent underperformance.  (WashingtonPost.com)

Investing rules to live by:  “If Jim Cramer likes the CEO and says buy, you should sell.”  (Deal Journal)

Is there too much capital chasing so-called distressed debt?  (WSJ.com)

Relearning (the hard way) some investing lessons.  (Big Picture)

Microsoft (MSFT) should spin-off its gaming and online divisions.  (Barrons.com)

What hath the iPhone wrought for its competitors?  (Ultimi Barbarorum)

Jeremy Siegel calls a stock market bottom.  (Morningstar.com)

An investing paradox:  emerging hedge funds outperform, but they are finding it harder to raise capital.  (Bull Bear Trader)

Is the dollar bear market over?  (WSJ.com also Calculated Risk, Afraid to Trade)

“The curious thing is that [economic] forecasters often have something useful to say, but it is rarely conveyed in the numerical forecast itself on which so much attention is lavished.”  (Slate.com)

What does the drop in oil prices really signify?  (Free exchange)

An experiment in picking beaten down stocks.  (8stockportfolio.com)

A “fishy” venture capital fund.  (SFGate.com)

Caffeine myths debunked.  Get long coffee.  (NYTimes.com, Barrons.com)

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