Sunday links: struggles with selling


“Individual and professional investors alike struggle with selling.”  Especially at a loss.  ( also Street Capitalist)

Global market returns since March 2003.  (Bespoke Investment Group)

Bailout the automakers?  No thank you.  (Mish)

Why hedge fund fees make sense.  (Odd Numbers)

Is farmland overvalued?  (

Get financing when you can, not when you have to.”  (Aleph Blog)

Changing demographics and the structure of the economy make a recession call all the more difficult.  (Econbrowser)

The main insight from which Thaler and Sunstein proceed is that no decision setting is “neutral.”  A review of Nudge.  (

“The fundamental [macroeconomic] problem in the American economy is that, for years, people treated rising asset prices as a substitute for personal savings.”  (Marginal Revolution)

The back story behind the forthcoming authorized Buffett biography. (

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