Weekly Links, “Swine Flu” Edition

by Darwin on April 29, 2009

Another week of great reads (a bit belated from my normal weekend posting, sorry).  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.

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

Swine Flu Investment Ideas

Refi Rates Low, but Banks Aren’t Lending?

Why were the Risk-Averse so Heavily Invested in Stocks?

Apple Volatility at Earnings Play – Just Right

HOT ETFs – Last Week’s Double Digit Gainers

Swine Flu Stocks Fizzle Out After Insane Open

Apple’s Great Earnings and a Really Stupid Gaffe

A Lesson in Volatility prior to Earnings Releases: Google Options


Various Carnivals focused on Personal Finance and Investing over prior 2 weeks:

Carnival of Personal Finance #202

Carnival of Personal Finance #201

Carnival of Financial Planning

Festival of Stocks

Money Hacks A

One Mint

Twenty-Something Finances

Bankruptcy and Debt Management

Everything Money

Wealth, Money, Life

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