linkfest 02/19/08: Behavioral Books, Grantham, Credit Cards, etc.

Emptying my burgeoning browser tabs before a day of meetings:

  • Credit card owners only learn to pay up by being hit with late fees — and then they forget (SSRN)
  • GMO’s Jeremy Grantham is a voice in the wilderness who won’t be quiet, and he’s wildly bearish on private equity (FT)
  • Survey of two recent books on behavioral finance (New Yorker)
  • Martha Stewart worried about advertising (online and offline) as it guides down on 2008 (WSJ.com)

Related posts:

  1. Jeremy Grantham on Private Equity
  2. Jeremy Grantham on the “Anti-Risk” Bet
  3. Credit Cards, Preference Reversals, and Debt
  4. linkfest – 01/17/08: McKinsey, Lewis, Seagate, etc.
  5. Fireman Mortality, Behavioral Finance, and the Conjunction Fallacy

Comments

  1. PaulSweeney says:

    Nice Find on that credit card research: