If you missed my post from last week, you can find it here!  I talked about the New York Mets, and their streaky start to the 2018 season, and how it can tie in to investors trying to outperform an index by jumping in and out of funds only to end up right around the same performance.  Over the span of a 162 baseball game season, or an investor’s time in the market, it usually evens out in the end.

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘On Second Thought…’ – Michael Batnick – The Irrelevant Investor

‘Passive Flows and Wheelbarrows’ – Albert Bridge Capital

‘Active Funds Are Dead.  Long Live Active Funds.’ – Jeffrey Ptak – Morningstar

‘Borrow…If You Dare’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data

‘Data, Decisions, and Basketball with Sam Hinkie’ – Patrick O’Shaughnessy – Investor’s Field Guide


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