Talking Stocks, Blogging and System in an Interview with Tadas Viskanta

This week I had the opportunity to do a screencast with Tadas Viskanta, the founder, curator, and editor-in-chief at Abnormal Returns, one of our original featured sources.  Tadas keeps making a good thing even better.  We now enjoy early linkfests, the regular daily linkfest, topical stories, screencasts, and ARTV on the StockTwits Network.

One reason everyone likes this source is the non-ideological approach.  You will find sources for arguments and information from many philosophical, economic, and ideological perspective.  It is no conincidence that Tadas draws upon a background of employment in the investment business and publications in leading journals.

I like interviews which draw out new themes and ideas.  In this conversation we talked about how system can help you avoid emotion in trading and investing, the need to separate your politics and your investing, using fundamentals in stock-picking, and some current market threats.

Some of the topics will be familiar to readers of “A Dash,” but you might still enjoy hearing the discussion.

Here is the video link at his site, in case you have problems here.



Tadas suggests the following links, all used in the video:

Debunking the myth of the QE2 rally.  (A Dash of Insight, ibid)

A guide to the debt ceiling debate.  (A Dash of Insight)

Getting the most from the econoblogosphere.  (A Dash of Insight)

Choosing a great stock.  (A Dash of Insight)

Do profit margins or actual profits matter more?  (A Dash of Insight)



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