Sunday links: dump last year’s folly

07Dec08

“It would be nice if investment advice came with warnings like pharmaceuticals.”  (TraderFeed)

Barry Ritholtz gets a little bullish.  (Barrons.com)

Ken Heebner is making a big bet on financials.  (WSJ.com)

We’re all hedge funds now.”  (Aleph Blog)

Fundamentals failed in this bear market.  What about technical analysis?  (Businessweek.com)

It doesn’t get much worse than this.  A graph.  (Mankiw Blog)

What happens after a decade of negative total returns on the S&P 500?  (Clusterstock)

Bottom callers are back out in force.  (WSJ.com)

“Investors are pricing in much higher risk than they have at any time in the last 18 years.”  (Value Expectations)

“‘Tis the season to dump last year’s folly.”  (WSJ.com)

Diversification worked, if you owned bonds.  (NYTimes.com also Random Roger)

Running a short-only hedge fund is no fun.  (Infectious Greed)

Orphan ETFs are rising in number in this bear market.  (WSJ.com)

“Traditional private equity is dead and has been for a year…”  (NYTimes.com)

Why do private firms stay private?  (Alea)

Expect more bad job loss news.  (Odd Numbers also Econbrowser)

Is this a crisis or just a globalized recession?  (Baseline Scenario)

The NBER recession call is pretty clear.  (macroblog)

Econobloggers in the spotlight.  (Boston.com)

Business school applications are on the rise.  (DealBook)

Microsoft (MSFT) just can’t compete with Google (GOOG).  (Fortune.com)

What if Steve Jobs ran one of the Big Three automakers.  (I, Cringley)

Why to Twitter? (24/7 Wall St.)

The best business books of 2008.  (BusinessWeek.com)

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