Best Weekly Links: Capitulation Edition

by Darwin on March 29, 2009

The Best in Weekly Reads from my favorite blogs in Investing, Personal Finance and Blog Carnivals.

My full article on Market Capitulation was featured at JohnChow.com, one of the largest blogs in the world.

Elsewhere in the blogosphere,

Personal Finance

Eight thoughts for new parents

Fair Tax Pros and Cons

A reminder that Benefits are an important part of your compensation

Interesting Tactic by FedEx to Block the Employee Free Choice Act

Investing

Another Ponzi Scheme.

Inflation – How to Prepare

Will Water Become More Expensive than Oil?

8 Ways to Deal w Volatile Markets

Dr. Doom – We’re not out of the woods yet

Evaluation of firms that marginally beat or miss estimates – love this stuff

Variable Annuities – Fees Considered

My Network at EverydayFinance and Darwin’s Finance

5 ETFs Up 20% This Week

My Twitter Followers that Made 285% in 1 day Today

Trading Update – Recovery Edition II

To Tip or NOT to Tip: 3 Case Studies – Opinions?

Is it Ethical to Re-Lock your Mortgage Deal when Rates Drop?

How to Profit from Employee Stock Options Regardless of Share Performance

Hedge Fund ETF – Will the Performance Live up to the Hype?

Carnivals and Outlets that Included my Articles this week

Carnival of Personal Finance

Carnival of Money Saving Tips

Carnival of Real Estate

Carnival of Everything Home

One Mint

Money Hacks Carnival

Carnival of Twenty Something Finances

A Great List of Weekly Links at Dividends Value


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