Sunday Hot Links

I rarely do a Hot Links post on the weekend (I do ten a week between here and the WSJ, cut me some slack!) but I have a few killer links I want to point you towards this afternoon, so here goes…

Jason Zweig’s The Extraordinary Popular Delusion of Bubble Spotting is a gem… (WSJ)

…but here’s David Merkel with a rebuttal to Jason’s piece:  (AlephBlog)

Don’t miss Barry’s Washington Post column this weekend on The Big Lie in which he takes exactly zero prisoners.  (WaPo)

JC says you might already be a technician and not even know it!  (AllStarCharts)

“the way in which investment ideas are marketed to investors has significant parallels to signs at the mall” and other ruminations on financial advertising.  (Interloper)

Bruce Springsteen does a marathon 3 and a half hour show in Pittsburgh until he runs out of songs.  Long live the Boss.  (RollingStone)



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