Give it up for the 13 best posts of the past week from The StockTwits Blog Network.
Every month Tadas does a round-up of what books on trading and investing his readers have bought. Here is October’s list (including one from some bclund guy) (Abnormal Returns)
How trustworthy is the breakout in the Euro? (All Star Charts)
Ever feel that you are wrong all the time? James will tell you why that is okay, and bonus you with a graphic cartoon showing how he met his current wife (Altucher Confidential)
Comparing equities to fixed income, which is a better value? (Avondale Asset Management)
Greg tells us about the futility of calling bubbles (Dragonfly Capital)
Which market caps are lagging? (Dynamic Hedge)
The future is here, you just have to know how to access it (Howard Lindzon)
You never stop learning in the markets, even if it is something you already know (Ivanhoff Capital)
The Japanese stock market is going higher (Peter L. Brandt)
There is one aspect of Obama care that nobody has thought about…except Jeff (Points and Figures)
Charles makes the case for buying China on the dips (Sizemore Insights)
Group think, especially when it applies to the markets, is not an advantage (The Reformed Broker)
What worked in October (Zor Trades)
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