A new addition to Tradestreaming, the Tradestreaming Cascade is a highlight reel of some of the past week’s most interesting information. Much of this comes from my Twitter feed, @newrulesinvest
The best investment strategy
(Insider Monkey): Lots of different strategies "work". This article looks at the three best: small cap, value investing and momentum (the best).
Nasdaq ($NDAQ) partner, Loyal3 called on the carpet
(investor uprising): Loyal3, a social network to sell stock via Customer Stock Ownership Plans (CSOPs) and a partner with Nasdaq, appears shady.
Become a better investor by boosting your confidence
(Tradestreaming): The exciting and wicked smart Tim Sanders joins us for a discussion into how confidence leads to investing success.
financial professional services
(Mick Weinstein): Why consumer industries have seen technology-enabled sweeping change and why we may need to wait some more to see any real change in professional services.
Magic formula continues to impress
(Formula Investing): Ok, ok, it's a post from Greenblatt's money management firm but Q1 2011 saw another nice
(about 500 bps
) outperformance for the magic formula.
Which two areas of investment drew the most negative comments at recent Morningstar conference
(Morningstar): Good summary of what some of the smartest investors are doing now with their money (and huge divergence of opinions).
Review of Hidden Levers, a new econometric modeling tool
(FA Magazine): MIT grads create a tool for risk management and stock research and Joel Bruckenstein (pretty much) likes what he sees.