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20 Must Reads For 20-Somethings

6 July 2008 8 Comments

It has been quite the journey over the few months as I’ve reached 100 posts. I have learned a great deal about finance, investing, writing, and blogging! For the 100th post of 20s Money, I have decided to compile the best 20 articles judged by content and popularity for this post. I hope you enjoy.

Personal Finance and Lifestyle

1. The Four-Pronged Strategy Towards Financial Prosperity

2. What’s Your Ideal Work/Life Balance?

3. How Can $100,000 Be Worth More Than $200,000?

Retirement

4. The New Retirement Game And How To Stay Ahead

5. The 20s Money Retirement Plan

6. The 35 Year Challenge

Investing & Trading

7. The Ten Point Checklist For Buying Stocks

8. Water Speculators In The Future?

9. Cigarettes, iPhones and Solar Energy: Connecting Macro Trends With Individual Companies

10. How You Can Make Money Regardless Of Market Direction

11. NBA Coaches, Real Estate and Stocks: Life Is All About The Entry Point

12. How To Play The Upcoming Facebook IPO

13. Finding Buying Opprtunities: Analyzing My Apple Trades

Building Another Income Stream

14. How To Shine At Your Job And Build A Side Business At The Same Time

15. Why A Second Income Stream Should Be Your Top Priority

16. Everyone Is Making Money Online These Days, Are You?

17. A New Way To Make Money Online, Get Paid To Blog On Your Own Blog!

18. Launch Your Online Money Making Machine

Careers

19. How To Travel The World Without Quitting Your Job

20. Job Hopping For Dollars

Thanks for reading!  The next 100 posts should prove even more interesting!  Take care everybody.

8 Comments »

  • Lee said:

    I love some of these posts!! They are so true. I would say in addition to planning the finances well, getting your degree while young it so important. I’m so happy I’m done with school 🙂

    Lee

  • Swiss Bank Jobs said:

    The simple act of planning and reading about retirement and investing at an early age shows maturity and foresight. Both are the cornerstones of success.

  • The Dukan Diet Book said:

    The list on this 100th post of yours have really made mark in those who have continued to subscribe.

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