I start this week’s link edition by highlighting another links post by Bad Money Advice. This is not the first time I am doing this, and you only have to go through his post to understand why.
Among other interesting stuff – WSJ talks about how Buffet’s gains beat every mutual fund for the past 45 years. Out of the two closest mutual funds, one was run by Peter Lynch for a long period of time, and that was part of the reason why it did so well.
The Weakonomics writes about putting the unemployed to work.
The Digerati Life talks about filing a consumer complaint with the FTC.
Jago Investor has a primer on floating rate mutual funds.
Tip Blog has the sequel to his exchange about investments with an ex-colleague.
Happy reading and have a good weekend.