Welcome to the July 29, 2008 edition of investing carnival. I am pleased to be hosting the carnival this week and appreciate everyone’s input and work they have put into the individual posts.
Dividend Growth Investor presents Some Cheap Stocks to Consider posted at Create Rising Passive Income From Dividend Paying Stocks.
Mike Markin presents High-Dividend Stocks Will Protect You from Mortgage Mess posted at Contrarian Profits, saying, “Tom Dyson says the best way to protect your portfolio from the fallout of a failing Fannie and Freddie is to invest in high-dividend stocks…”
Dividends4Life presents Your Greatest Wealth Building Asset posted at Dividends 4 Life, saying, “So, what is your greatest wealth building asset? Everyone is born with it. Few realize its importance until they lose most of it. The asset is so valuable it can’t be bought. Your most valuable wealth building asset is …”
KCLau presents Average Monthly Household Income in 2007: Is it enough? posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “According to a survey done by the Statistic Department for the Economic Planning Unit, published in Personal Money Magazine June 2008 edition, a typical family in Malaysia earns only RM3686/month. How much this is worth and how much can be spent.”
Ben Dinsmore presents Should You Borrow Money From Your 401K? posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, “If you need cash and your financial situation leaves you no other alternatives, borrowing money from your 401k might help you get your financial life back on track.”
Helen Anderson presents 4 Reasons Why Investors Should Avoid Hedge Funds at All Costs posted at Bankaholic.
Dorian Wales presents The Big Mac Index – Applying Simple Economic Common Sense posted at The Personal Financier, saying, “Simple ”quick and dirty” economic modeling can give powerful insight”
The Investor presents Should you swap your shares for an investment trust on a discount? posted at Monevator.com, saying, “Stock market pessimism means many investment trusts (also known as closed-ended funds in the US) are trading at heavy discounts. Would it be profitable to trade an existing portfolio of blue chips for similar holdings in a trust, then swap back in happier times? Or would trading costs be prohibitive?”
Michael. presents Always Analyze the Value of a Triple Net Investment posted at Michael Emilio.
Maria Gudelis presents How to buy real estate at an auction tips from Bruce Norris, Bill Gatten, Maria Gudelis posted at Maria Gudelis.
Raymond presents Is My FDIC Insured Checking Or Savings Account Safe If My Bank Fails? posted at Money Blue Book.
Value Seeker presents Stock Investment Resource: Stock Market Investing Tips – Democrats and Offshore Drilling posted at Stock Investing, saying, “…the lunacy of the Democratic opposition to offshore drilling.”
Tammy Powell presents Who else wants to work 15 minutes rather than 8 hours? posted at Enlightened Wealth Institute student Tammy Powell.
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