Mid-Week Investment Articles

Below are some articles I am reading this week:

Global Value: Building Trading Models with the 10 Year CAPE – Mebane Faber

The Consequences of Easy Monetary Policy (pdf) – John Mauldin

ECRI’s Embarrassing Recession Call – Doug Short

Bubble in Safety (pdf) – Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, hat tip Mebane Faber’s new Idea Farm newsletter

Is the Stock Market Cheap? Doug Short, see also his valuation overview here

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Mid-Week Readings

Below are some investment and market related articles I am reading this week:

Warning: Goat Rodeo – John Hussman

Shiller CAPE for the G8 – Mebane Faber

American Gridlock (pdf) – Dr. Woody Brock via John Mauldin

How Bullish is the Golden Cross - Barry Ritholtz

Robert Shiller: A Housing Bottom? What are They Thinking? Business Insider

Longest S&P 500 Valuation Slump Since Nixon Discounts Profit – Bloomberg

ECRI Leading Indicator: Turning for the Better? Investment Postcards from Cape Town

Regression to Trend and Is the Stock Market Cheap? Doug Short

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