Sunday links: dump last year’s folly


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

Barry Ritholtz gets a little bullish.  (

Ken Heebner is making a big bet on financials.  (

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

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

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.  (

“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.”  (

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

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

Orphan ETFs are rising in number in this bear market.  (

“Traditional private equity is dead and has been for a year…”  (

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.  (

Business school applications are on the rise.  (DealBook)

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

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.  (

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