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.