Weekend Reading – Carnival’s Coming to Town Edition

by Darwin on January 8, 2010

The weekend reading’s out a bit early this weekend.  Why?  I need to prepare for the Carnival of Personal Finance that I’ll be hosting for Monday.  If you’re unfamiliar with the Carnival, it’s the premiere roundup of blog posts from top bloggers in Personal Finance, Investing, Career and other topics – see my last Carnival if interested in what’s in store – so, make sure to bookmark or follow via RSS!  But, back to our reading list.  Since I haven’t seen any Carnival submissions yet, these were my favorite reads from the week from bloggers I follow, as well as a shout-out to other Carnivals that included my content (and please check out my Guest Post I did at Five Cent Nickel – it was a fun one):

Dividend Guy BlogThe Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Dividend Stocks

Dividend Growth Investor 2010’s Top Dividend Plays

Oblivious InvestorSpreading (mis)Information

Fiscal Fizzle6 Important Tasks After a New Baby’s Birth

Five Cent NickelAmerica’s Most Expensive Cities

WeakonomicsPoker Face: The Card Game Visa Is Playing With Your Money

Get Rich SlowlyThe Best Time to Buy Almost Everything

Top Posts In My Network Recently

Carnivals

Money Hacks

Tax Carnival

Carnival of Personal Finance

The Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance #10

Money Hacks 97

Carnival of Personal Finance

Money Stories

Best Year-End Tax Prepartion Tips From Personal Finance Community

*if I missed any, let me know!

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1 Wojciech Kulicki January 9, 2010 at 4:56 pm

Thanks so much for linking to my post!

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