Another week of great reads during week. These are entries from blogs I frequent, and I hope you will too (just come back!). I’ve also included various finance/investing carnivals that published my material this week as well as my posts within my network since the last weekly links. This week, I was stuck by the incredibly rebound of several emerging market ETFs exceeding 50% returns YTD.
My Favorite Investing Reads
FDIC limits, facts and changes
Cash and Bonds are not the same thing.
Nucor stock analysis (I like this company, especially with the recent Buy America provisions wrt steel imports)
Some potentially alarming info about Interoil claims from one of my favorite Fraud Fighters
See how FIFO vs LIFO can change a company’s prospects
Dividends and buybacks in the news
Which index to choose
Questioning current valuations following recent runup
My Favorite Personal Finance Reads
Setting a teen straight with “A Credit Card is NOT your ticket to financial freedom“
How to Avoid Foreclosure
Obama’s uncertainty is killing us and the economy
Opinion on how politicians vilify the rich in order to rally support for tax increases
Multiple Loans? Which order to pay them in
Universal Health Care Pros and Cons
Sunk Cost Fallacy
A First Budget from an anti-budgeter
Kids and Money: Lemonade Stand
Stop enying millionaires
Worth trying to reduce your rent?
10 Ways your Lifestyle can save you money
Within my network at Darwin’s Finance and Everyday Finance:
40 Year Mortgages and 50&60. What’s next, 99 year leases?
The next massive blockbuster mimicking the fountain of youth?
All World Market ETF Returns 2009 YTD
Beware those “going out of business” signs and sales
Google stock price manipulation
FREE Sick Days! Says Government – on the back of business dollars
Haverhill Home Staging Complaints – the infomercial may not be all it’s cracked up to be
The week’s hottest double digit ETFs
Carnivals that featured my content recently:
more coming…hang on!
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