Home INVESTING Thursday links: obvious opportunities INVESTING Thursday links: obvious opportunities By admin - May 6, 2021 31 0 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Email Markets Another measure of how strong the stock market was in April. (sentimentrader.com) Putting the rise in commodity prices into perspective. (priceactionlab.com) Strategy Ten things investors really shouldn’t care about including ‘Financial advice from billionaires.’ (awealthofcommonsense.com) What to do instead of trying to time the stock market. (blog.validea.com) Active management exists in part due to investors’ unwillingness to look at base rates. (behaviouralinvestment.com) Notes from Arthur Crump’s 1874 book “The Theory of Stock Exchange Speculation.” (novelinvestor.com) Finance Why private equity is losing its mystique (economist.com) Fidelity now has 83.4 million total accounts and $10.4 trillion assets under administration. (cnbc.com) Does Bitcoin belong in a bank/financial mutual fund? (bloomberg.com) Economy Whenever the Fed starts talking about tapering the stock market will freak out. (thereformedbroker.com) Weekly initial unemployment claims are levels not seen since March 2020. (bonddad.blogspot.com) Need employees? Raise wages. (ritholtz.com) Earlier on Abnormal Returns Longform links: relaxing its grip. (abnormalreturns.com) What you missed in our Wednesday linkfest. (abnormalreturns.com) Personal finance links: taking outsized risks. (abnormalreturns.com) Adapting to a world bent on falsifying the past. (abnormalreturns.com) May ESG links: measuring impact. (abnormalreturns.com) Are you a financial adviser looking for some out-of-the-box thinking? Then check out our weekly e-mail newsletter. (newsletter.abnormalreturns.com) Mixed media Lessons learned from “No Rules Rules” by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer including treating employees like adults. (okdork.com) Why so many workers are looking for a new gig, post-pandemic. (hunterwalk.medium.com) How to deal with burnout at work including ‘lightening your load.’ (nytimes.com) As work changes, so will workplace perks. (ft.com) Source link RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Saturday links: a lonely business Coronavirus links: feeling unchained Is It Harder For Young People to Get Rich Today? LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.