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Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of last week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our Before the Bell report.


The common denominator of all successful traders, and what they do that others don't.

An investor who predicted the subprime crisis says stocks will fall at least 10 per cent.

We should have seen the carnage in oil stocks coming.

How to target liquidity as an investment style.

CEOs are telling investors that have much more oil than they are telling the SEC.

Why diversification sucks.

Solar and wind are plunging below fossil fuel prices.


Short sellers have been getting out of some of the go-to U.S. defensive stocks with high-dividend yields.

A deep dive into what to expect this earnings season.

What the U.S. dollar's rise tells us about the global economy.

S&P 500 companies have spent 95 per cent of profits on buybacks and payouts.


How taxes can affect ETF performance.

The new bond king is…an index fund.


Can Silicon Valley reinvent banking?

A list of potential takeover targets for Twitter as it presses for growth.