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Bogle’s Blunders, intellectual honesty and historical perspective (Dorsey Wright):
To the guys at technical analysis shop, Bogle appears as a rigid idealist and someone unwilling to admit that his ideas might have seen their time. Apparently, Bogle believes investors only misuse ETFs and not index funds.
Should investors overweight companies with overweight CEOs? (Time):
Turns out fat CEOs equal fat profits according to a study in Psychological Today. There seems to be correlation between the width of CEO faces and financial performance. It’s like going long blockheads — but hey, the study posits all types of reasons for this (aggressiveness, imposing people don’t get as much pushback, etc.)
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