Week’s most popular posts (May 29, 2011)

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In case you missed my articles during the past week, click through for the five most popular posts published on the Investment Postcards blog. […]






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Wealthtrack: Pastor – stocks not necessarily best long-term bet

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This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack talks to a financial thought leader who is challenging a bedrock principle of investing. Award-winning University of Chicago finance professor, Lubos Pastor explains why stocks are not necessarily best for the long run. Needless to say, his research conclusions are quite different from Jeremy Siegel’s classic study, classic study, “Stocks for the long run”. […]






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Face to face with John Embry on gold & precious metals

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Eric King recently conducted an excellent interview with John Embry, Chief Investment Strategist of Sprott Asset Management. Embry is an industry expert on precious metals and has been researching the gold sector for over thirty years. […]






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What would be the free market gold price? asks Bill Murphy

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In this video, Bill Murphy, chairman of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA), talks about the problems afflicting the world economy – and in particular, the US economy. Murphy also discusses what the prospects are for gold and silver returning to some countries as official currencies. […]






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Mobius on Abu Dhabi

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“Over the past few months, the world’s attention has been focused on the tensions in the Middle East and North Africa. No doubt, these events can often be distressing, sometimes have a high personal cost, and in many cases can have an influence on the international landscape. However, in this post, I’d like to turn your attention to one of the few areas in the region that, so far, has not seen major crises—Abu Dhabi,” said emerging markets guru Mark Mobius in this guest contribution. […]






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Fundamental wins over cap weighted indexing, demonstrates Rob Arnott

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Rob Arnott, chairman of Research Affiliates, which is famous for bringing fundamental indexing to the investment world, on why this method is superior to traditional cap weighted indexing. His contrarian method which ‘sells whatever is most newly beloved and buys whatever is most newly feared and loathed’ is gaining admirers. He says it delivers 2-3 per cent value add in the developed markets and 3-4 per cent in small companies and emerging markets. […]






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