The Best of Downtown Josh Brown, Spring 2012

What kind of a d-bag posts his own Best Of list of recent posts?  My kind, I guess…

But I put my heart and soul into these posts and the disposable nature of the blogosphere really bothers me sometimes, especially if I feel you guys may have missed something important.  Everyday we trample across the posts of yesterday in our mad dash for the next day’s missives – regardless of how important these thoughts we’re casting off might be.

So in my attempt to freeze time, here were some of the most-read and important posts on TRB this spring, ICYMI:

This one was the market top – the exact moment where the bulls went Full-Retard:

…and then all of a sudden, THE BULLS WENT BERZERK!

I take the Wall Street sell-side analyst complex to school:

You Are Now About To Witness The Strength Of Street Knowledge

I hope you didn’t buy one of these fucking Facebook funds or special purpose vehicle private placements:

Facebook Funds: The Biggest Scam Running

This bad boy went viral:

How to Quit a Job Without Publishing an Op-Ed

Can you really trust a mutual fund’s stated track record?

Lying By Omission: Mutual Funds, Track Records and Departing Managers

Hope you read this one in mid-May, probably could have saved you a lot of capital:

I Know What You Did This Summer

I got to hang with Jeffrey in NYC and did a really comprehensive post on his market outlook, don’t miss this:

Notes from the DoubleLine Lunch, April 2012

Oh, and I also solved the riddle of the incredibly low trading volumes for the stock market:

“Where Is Everybody?” 

Regardless of where the stock market is trading, we are at an all-time low:

An All-Time Low

Hoped you enjoyed these and got something out of them, even if the author is a massive d-bag after all 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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