Weekly Links – Market Tipping Point Edition

by Darwin on July 10, 2009

Another week of great reads.  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.

With market pundits calling the next week a tipping point for whether this was a “Sucker’s Rally” and we’re going to retest the March lows or whether the market can maintain stability and head upwards, I don’t know that we’ll see any big moves, but that’s what the “pros” are saying.  It is earnings season after all, so perhaps we’ll see some action in the coming weeks.

My Favorite Investing Reads

Stocks that are Raising Dividends

Watch for Fraud with this FTC video

Div Stocks with a 5 Star Rating

Taking on Roubini Dr. Doom

12 Div Stock Recommendations

Sovereign Wealth Fund Explained

Beware the Underwater Stock Option advice out there.  And recall, I shared how to profit from your Employee Stock Options no matter what shares do.

Green Shoots are Yellow Weeds

My Favorite Personal Finance Reads

How to find a Virtual Assistant – I’ve thought about this since reading The 4-Hour Workweek
(awesome book)

10 Purchases that can actually Harm Your Credit

Avoid Loan Modification Scams

Within my network at Darwin’s Finance and Everyday Finance:

How to Get a Mortgage Rate Under 4%

How Does Deferred Compensation Work?

15 High Yield Corporate Bonds Raising Eyebrows

I Hedged my Gas Prices Today

Who Here Steals Food from the Company Caf?

Is Goldman Sachs Responsible for Every Bubble?

While I didn’t include my own submission, I did host the Carnival of Personal Finance this week.

Carnivals that featured my content recently:

Festival of Stocks

Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance

Carnival of Money Stories

Money Hacks Carnival

another Money Hacks Carnival

Festival of Frugality

The Carnival of Twenty Something Finances

Money Hacks Carnival

Festival of Frugality

another Festival of Frugality

One Mint Economy and Your Finances


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