Sunday, June 29, 2008

On the Radar for the Coming Week

* Crosscurrents in Iran policy - An interesting inside look from Seymour Hersh.

* Trading Sectors - Henry Carstens outlines a "relative value" approach to trading sector ETFs and follows up with a strategy tested on indexes.

* Beating the Market With Stock Screening - Charles Kirk follows up his stock screening recommendations with a performance evaluation.

* Perspective on the Bear - Barry Ritholtz asks, "What makes a bear market?"

* No Panic? - There have been a number of comments about the lack of upside in the VIX; my blog hits have also not shown their customary elevation during market bottoms. Quantifiable Edges examines the relatively low put/call ratio and implications.

* Good Reads - Exploiting industry momentum and other worthy market views from Abnormal Returns; see also the recent reads that include a look at neglected stocks and more.

* False Beliefs - How our brains lie to us.
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1 comment:

bruce said...

My brain did not lie to me.
John Kerry did not spend "Christmas in Cambodia".

John Kerry lied and the swift boat veterans told the truth.

Maybe some kind of psychological evaluation of those who believe the fairy tale that Kerry made this trip, and then go on to call the sbvt a bunch of liars, and slandering them in this way for four years, should be done.