Sunday, May 24, 2009

[Disciplined Investor] Reflection and a Peek into Next Week

Andrew Horowitz of the Disciplined Investor shares some thoughts on the recent market action and then takes a peek at what might be in store for the week ahead.

[Peridot Capitalist] Buy and Hold Doesn't Work if you Completely Ignore Valuation

From Peridot Capitalist, a lengthy post entitled "Buy and Hold Doesn't Work if you Completely Ignore Valuation."

[Quantifiable Edges] 3 Lower Closes - A Misunderstood Edge

Rob Hanna of Quantifiable Edges reveals research insights on "Three Lower Closes - a Misunderstood Edge."

[Darwin Finance] The Riskiest ETFs on Earth - 3x ETFs

I always take the opportunity to highlight posts that emphasize the dangers or risks of these triple leveraged long or short ETFs, and Darwin Finance does a very good job of this while providing a list of these ETFs and recent (under)performance.

[Top Foreign Stocks] Top Ten Creditors to the USA

If you ever wanted to know who the top ten creditors are to the United States, Top Foreign Stocks shares a list and provides details of the debt.

[Chris Perruna] New Highs New Lows Picks Market Tops and Bottoms

Chris Perruna shows various graphs and demonstrates how the New Highs and New Low Index can "Pick" Market Tops and Bottoms.

[Robert Salomon] Are Better than Expected Q1 Earnings an Illusion?

Robert Salomon shares three major points on whether or not Better than Expected First Quarter Earnings (which sparked the stock market rally in part) are actually an Illusion.

[Dividend Growth Investor] Dividend Investing vs Trading

The Dividend Growth Investor describes some of the differences in long-term investing in dividend-paying stocks and stock trading.