Länkar vecka 27

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Veckans länkar

Most Individual Investors Do Far Worse than the S&P 500 – Harvard Business Review

Japan economy may run out of cash by October – The Vancouver Sun

The success of hedge funds – The Economist

Why You Should Rush for the Exits – The Smarter Investor

Bankers of the euro area, unite! – The Economist

Investment Management Fees Are (Much) Higher Than You Think – CFA Institute

What is the Historical Return of the S&P 500? – Moolanomy

Why Simple Investments Win – The Motley Fool

The Next Frontier – Mark Mobius

Why Nobody Makes Money Investing in Hedge Funds – Slate.com

Avoid These Decision Traps when Choosing Investments – The Better Investor

LIBOR: Everything You Want to Know, but were Afraid to Ask – Market Advisors

The 100 Things I’ve Learned in Investing – The Motley Fool

The Problem with Market Surveys – Rick Ferri

What whelks and oysters teach us about investing – Larry Swedroe

When do the risks of value stocks appear? – Larry Swedroe

Seth Klarman: The Oracle of Boston – The Economist

Benjamin Graham: Figuring it out – The Economist

JAT Capital, Down 20%, Is a Lesson in Volatility – Dealbook

Why you need Behavioural Economics – People Patterns

Bill Bernstein’s ways to rewire your brain for investing – Reuters

When is a good time to invest in the stock market? – ukvalueinvestor.com

A Dozen Years After The Bear Market Began, The Outlook For Stocks Is Still Crappy – Business Insider

Three Keys to Greater Wealth – Rick Ferri

Andrew Lo: Why buy and hold doesn’t work anymore – Money Magazine

What Are Normal Stock Market Returns? – Canadian Couch Potato