Hot Links: Factor Fatigue Posted September 29, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Start the week off with Andy's technical review (AThrasher) The weekly market summary from Urban Camel is filled with good stuff (Fat Pitch) Small caps have been terrible this year (Wall Street Journal) Hong Kong stocks got rocked as protests turned disorderly this weekend (Business Insider) US shale production is shattering everyone's pet theories about oil (MoneyBeat) The initial fallout from Gross's Pimco departure - $10 billion in outflows on Friday (Wall Street Journal) Pimco issues an update on the Total Return Fund from its top supporting players (PIMCO) Jason Zweig: Should investors follow Bill Gross to Janus? (Wall Street Journal) Tren Griifin: A dozen things I learned from Bill Gross (25iq) ICYMI: "Do we need to fire Pimco?" (TRB) The latest on Gundlach's blood feud with Morningstar (Barron's) Meb Faber waves the red flag on dividend IPOs and factor fatigue (ETF) Jim O'Shaughnessy: This is why we backtest. (Yahoo Finance) Zero Hedge will not be cowed by a six year bull market. (CNNMoney) This is the true story of how Larry Ellison bought an entire Hawaiian island (NYT Magazine) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.September 7, 2016 Ten Calls to Action for the Wealth IndustryJuly 15, 2016 Clips from Today’s Halftime ReportJuly 2, 2009 Pssst…Wanna Buy GM's Jersey Golf Course?