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Best of the Financial and Investing World Carnival Edition #2 – October 2009

27 September 2009 3 Comments

A few days early, here is the Best of the Financial and Investing World Carnival Edition #2.  Hope you enjoy!

Jack Schmidt presents Does Your Computer Smell Funny? posted at SectorMatic Money Journal, saying, “SectorMatic Money Site – Personal Finance | Everything for the Big Spender on a Budget! Now you can live like a fat cat, even if you’re on a money diet. Laugh all the way to the bank with Jack Schmidt and SectorMatic. It’s for you!”

SpendOnLife.com presents Intervention: When Friends Can’t Say No to Credit posted at SpendOnLife.

Emily Moser presents Buying to Renovate? Read This First posted at Construction Management Degrees.

Jack Schmidt presents Free Food Tastes Beter and Other Truisms posted at SectorMatic Money Journal, saying, “SectorMatic Money Site – Personal Finance | Everything for the Big Spender on a Budget. Now you can live like a fat cat, even if you’re on a money diet. Laugh all the way to the bank with Jack Schmidt and SectorMatic. It’s for you!”

SpendOnLife.com presents Credit Recipes: Cooking up Credit Score Greatness posted at SpendOnLife.

Chris McClelland presents Warehouse shopping may be holding you back posted at Lucrative Investing.

TheWild1 presents A Leveraged ETF. Is It A Good Investment? posted at TheWild1, saying, “Leverage ETFs can allow you to make amazing returns in just a little time, but, with so much risk, are they really a good investment choice?”

Wise_Bread presents 5 Creative Ways to Invest During a Weak Market posted at Wisebread.

Investing

Jimmy Atkinson presents Fixed Income ETFs: What Every Financial Advisor Needs To Know | ETF Database posted at ETF Database.

Bret Rosenthal presents US$ Decline, T-Bond Prices Decline / Rates Up, CRB Index Down, Precious Metals Higher posted at Rosenthal Capital Management, saying, “US$ Decline, T-Bond Prices Decline, Rates Up, CRB Index Down, Precious Metals Higher, what does this mean?”

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Wall Street Woes posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Mike Piper presents Overweighting Small-Cap and Value Stocks posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, “One change in your portfolio could (potentially) decrease risk while increasing return.”

The Investor presents Seven ways to invest in the stock market when you’ve got no money posted at Monevator.com, saying, “Here are a few ideas for how cash-strapped surfers might start investing while funds are still low.”

Pinyo presents Introduction to Options, Puts, and Calls posted at Moolanomy, saying, “Basic introduction to options, puts, and calls.”

Investing School presents TradeKing vs OptionsXpress – Online Stock Broker Comparison posted at Investing School, saying, “TradeKing and OptionsXpress are both great brokers and here’s why you should look at either.”

Jimmy Atkinson presents Which ETFs Are Optimal for VHNW Investor Portfolios? posted at ETFdb.

Bobby presents Roth IRA Rules posted at Stock Tips.

Mark Aucamp presents Payment Premium Insurance (PPI) to be axed by the big banks posted at Finance Claims Checker.

Nick Pardini presents Wall Street University posted at Common Sense Magazine.

MoneyNing presents How to Make a Roth IRA Conversion posted at Money Ning, saying, “Pretty soon, everyone will be allowed to convert do a Roth IRA conversion. Is it worth it and what’s the process?”

Jeff Rose presents 2010 Traditional IRA to Roth IRA Conversion Tax Rules posted at Jeff Rose, saying, “2010 is literally just around the corner and so is the ability to do a Roth IRA Conversion.”

Personal Finance

Jonathan from Debt Loans presents Help Yourself: Debt Management Strategies | Debt Loans posted at Debt Loans.

Øyvind Eriksen presents How and why interest affects your private economy | myfinancialbrain.com posted at My Financial Brain – Because Knowledge is Power, saying, “How and why interest affects your private economy”

Finavigation presents Defining Wealth and Success posted at Finavigation, saying, “Post on the of having a clear notion of what wealth and success mean to you and incorporating that into your financial planning.”

RateNerd presents Your Credit Sucks | RateNerd posted at Rate Nerd, saying, “Pulling together the best advice from articles on RateNerd.com, Your Credit Sucks gives you an easy to follow, step-by-step formula to correcting errors in your credit report and boost your credit score.”

Bill Spohnholtz presents Credit Solutions Start With You posted at Learn The Stock Market And How to Trade, saying, “No late night infomercial, lotto ticket, or dead uncle is going to bail you out of your credit woes. You have the solutions all along, trust me!”

Patrick @ Cash Money Life presents Multi-Level Marketing, Business Opportunity or a Scam? posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “Multi-level marketing is hailed as a big money maker by some people, and a flat out scam by others, who often refer to it a pyramid scheme. So which is it – a great business opportunity, or a scam? The answer? click through to find out!”

Betty Kincaid presents Living large on minimum wage posted at Control Your Cash, saying, “Your net worth is a result of your personal choices.”

Big Larry presents Teaching Kids to Save Now Helps Them Set Lifetime Patterns posted at Out of Debt Christian, saying, “Like most of us, you learned a lot of lessons about money the hard way. Personal finance isn’t taught in school and many of our parents didn’t teach us much about managing our money either. Now that we have kids of our own, it’s time to change that pattern!”

3 Comments »

  • Betty Kincaid said:

    Thanks for the link.
    Betty

  • Øyvind Eriksen said:

    Thank you for the inclusion.

  • Stock Market 101 said:

    There are some great financial bloggers here!

    -Bill