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Understanding Indiaís new policy on FDI in retail.
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Gold crash is an instructive whodunit of financial markets.
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This is one bubble that would have much more far reaching impact on the economy than any of the preceding ones. Once gold takes its toll and then it will be the turn for realty.
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Central banks in the rich world may have been too successful in subduing price pressures
http://econ.st/1026kur
Three Reasons Why A New Bottom for Gold Will Likely Prove Elusive for Now
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What the QE is capable of? The Fundamentals Donít Matter Anymore.
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Safe Investing is an Unfunny Joke today
http://bloom.bg/10V0VjT
Nassim Taleb and Daniel Kahneman discusses Antifragility at NYPL. It is a must watch discussion between two of the greatest modern minds.
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Worth reading: two good articles on behavioral finance:
1) What is Behavioral Finance?
http://bit.ly/ZnGiLR
2) From Efficient Market Theory to Behavioral Finance by Robert Shiller
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An answer to the hackneyed slogan, "Don't time the market."
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What's the most important lesson for investors from the 2008 stock market meltdown? The Wall Street Journal put this question to The Experts, an exclusive group of industry and thought leaders who engage in in-depth online discussions of topics from the print Report.
http://on.wsj.com/ZcUYjt
Comment
I found the section on "Tom Brakke: Investment Theory Isn't Foolproof That we don't know as much as we think we do" to be the most insightful compared to a number of "have a sound investment philosophy and stay the course" kind of cliched advice, which I doubt will test the scrutiny of time. Some of today's mythical figures in investment world won't be able to repeat their earlier feats.
A number of good freely downloadable articles on Behavioral Finance and Investment Management are available at this webpage:
http://www.cfapubs.org/toc/rf/2010/2010/2
"itís great to have a technique thatís working for you, but when the market changes, you have to be read to change and make the necessary adjustments in order to survive."
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From the author of Extreme Money:
Currency war is hell on emerging markets:
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Currency war is hell on emerging markets Outside the Box
Mobius' take on why emerging markets investments can reap good fortune; as usual quite insightful.
http://linkd.in/10YhlJr
Definitely worth following...
Investment Wisdom From the Investing Legend, Sir John Templeton
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John Marks Templeton was born on November 29, 1912, in the small town of Winchester, Tennessee. Living through the Great Depression taught him both determination in the face of difficulties and the value of money.
Reading Mark Mobius is always profitable because he is so insightful. When you read this article please be especially mindful about the para containing, "When I'm in a country and donít at least once find myself in a traffic jam, it makes me suspicious about its growth potential."
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Behavioral Economics Reading List
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