Evolutionary Development of Contrarians; Letter to An Analyst by CSInvesting
What does it mean to be a true contrarian? Steve explains the fundamentals of his investment philosophy and how to apply it to real-world situations. He details how human herding, group following, and projection of the recent past into the indefinite future enabled our ancestors to survive thousands of years ago, while weeding out those who were contrarians. This has caused contrarian behavior to be quite rare in modern times because it goes against our hard-wired emotions. Steve analyzes why the financial markets often act most irrationally during the first hour of each trading week. He also describes the reasons that financial analysts at major corporations are unable to invest in a contrarian fashion even if they know intellectually why they should be doing so.
Blue Mountain Credit Fund still in the red YTD; here are their biggest holdings
Blue Mountain Credit Alternatives Fund was up 0.36% for November, although the fund remains well into the red for the year. For the first 11 months, the fund was down 24.85% gross. Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Blue Mountain's fundamental credit strategy was up 0.63% for November, including a 1.09% gain for Read More
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