Weekly Links in Investing and Personal Finance

by Darwin on February 7, 2009

Below, I’ve highlighted some of my favorite articles from around the blogosphere.  And of course, I’ve also attached…in all it’s glory, s shameless plug for…

My Best Articles Everin Investing, Personal Finance and Trash-Talking at EverydayFinance.

Around the Blogosphere:

Investing:

Great Analysis of High Yield Tobacco

Will GE finally succumb to the dreaded Dividend Cut?

 The Dividend Guy’s List of the Top 50 Investing Blogs

Largest Bankrupties by…

 Nine Companies Bucking The Trend And Raising Dividends

Some Neat Tidbits on Google’s Options Exchange Program

 The Madoff Client List in its entirety

7 Things To Know About The 2010 Roth IRA Conversion

Personal Finance/Other:

Insurance  – 7 Things Your Insurance Company or Agent Won’t Tell You

Saving money with Smart Refrigeration

A list of Favorite Financial Websites

Trash Talking the Bailout Plan

Warning to President-Elect Barack Obama from a Convicted Felon: Beware of the Bait and Switch

Ready for that new job hunt?

Should You Pay Your Kids for Good Grades?

Various Carnivals that Graciously Covered my Articles recently:

Money Hacks

Festival of Frugality

Carnival of Money Stories – Edition 95

Carnival of Debt Reduction

Carnival of Personal Finance

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{ 3 comments }

1 Jeff Rose February 7, 2009 at 3:10 pm

Thanks for the mention! Greatly Appreciated! Awesome job on the “Best of” round up as well.

2 Dividends4Life February 7, 2009 at 4:14 pm

Thanks for the mention!

Best Wishes,
D4L

3 Ben February 11, 2009 at 8:24 am

Thanks for mentioning our post on Insurance Agents!

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