Weekend Links for January 25 2009

Jan 25, 2009: 7:22 PM CST

Here’s a portion of the links I compiled for the NewsFlashr Business Blog Editor’s Picks this week (which are selected from the Business Blog section of NewsFlashr) with a few extra links here.

Barry Ritholtz lists the “Six Errors” as written by Princeton Professor Alan Blinder (along with original source) and shares some of his thoughts. Six Ideological Errors that Led the Financial Crisis

Dr. Steenbarger lists key points and aspects short-term traders should keep in mind – watch the bigger picture of how markets relate to one another and how large participants and factors (affecting supply and demand) actually move markets. Macro-Perspectives for Short-Term Traders

I also wanted to highlight two other recent posts by Dr. Steenbarger:

The Importance of the Opening Price which details some of the information you can learn in the earliest moments of trading.

Also, Five Pitfalls to Avoid in Jobs with Proprietary Trading Firms – for those successful at-home traders who want to step up to trading larger size.

Mish (Global Economic Trend Analysis) asks and tries to answer the question, “Is Big Inflation Coming?”  Worth the read.

Rob Hanna takes us through some of his experience and research on key strategies that don’t perform as well when using stops. This is part one of the series so check back for follow-up. Stops – When Not to Use Them

The Wall Street Nation takes a look at 13 stocks that were once bright stars – quality companies whose stock once traded at a much higher price in the past, but all of which now trade at less than $1. Once Quality Stocks Now Under $1

The Zignals Blog published a brief video entitled “What is Technical Analysis and How to Use it?” which can serve as a good introduction to those unfamiliar with the topic or where to start.

Robert Salomon lists the major business bankruptcy filings in 2008 from the list of the 231 companies who filed. That’s less than in 2001 (289) but still more than anyone would like. Notable Bankruptcies of 2008

2 Comments

2 Responses to “Weekend Links for January 25 2009”

  1. T Says:

    Hey Corey, I added your link to my blog roll, can you add bullrally.com to yours. thanks.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Gold has broken its bearish trendline. Can u please give your view on gold + long term Elliot wave .. looks like we are in 5th impulse?

    man4urheart