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Welcome to the May 10, 2009 edition of this carnival. As usual, there are some great entries lined up here.
John Russell presents In An Accident? Don posted at The Low Cost Auto Insurance Guru, saying, “You pay your premiums, but when your car is damaged, you balk because you fear a claim will mean higher insurance rates. Here”
Handy Saputra presents How Mortgage Rates Calculators Help When Buying a Home posted at Home Loan | Mortgage Resources, saying, “Are you having a hard time deciding if you should buy a house or not? One of the things a potential homebuyer considers before getting a housing loan is whether they can afford the mortgage payment or not.”
Jack Schmidt presents 10 Really Fun Things You Can Do Today on the Cheap posted at SectorMatic Money Journal, saying, “Personal Finance | Everything for the Big Spender on a Budget. Now you can live like a fat cat, even if you’re on a moeny diet. Laugh all the way to the bank with Jack Schmidt and SectorMatic Money Journal. It’s for you!”
cody butler presents 3 Steps To Financial Freedom posted at Dream Life Coaching Blog. Ask your questions., saying, “If you wish to be financially free, then you must start your own business, here are three steps to do that.”
Destroy Debt presents My Credit Limit Got Lowered Below My Outstanding Balance posted at Destroy Debt.
Verna Morris presents The Ultimate Guide to Leveraged ETFs: Their Uses, Their Risks, and More posted at ETFdb.
Steve presents Is The AllXClub Legit? posted at AllXClub.
KCLau presents Do You Have a Wedding Debt? posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Most couples want to begin their married life auspiciously and free from the problems. However, it is not uncommon to hear about married couples who go into debt just to get married. Article explores the reasons.”
MatthewPaulson presents Money Merge Accounts: Are they Real and do they Work? posted at Fine-Tuned Finances.
Savings Toolbox presents How You Can Make Retirement the Best Time of Your Life posted at Savings Toolbox.
ChristianPF presents Should college students be issued credit cards? posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “What do you think, should college kids be preyed upon by credit card companies?”
Dorian Wales presents Stress Tests and Capital Adequacy Explained posted at The Personal Financier, saying, “The highly anticipated FED stress test results may very well serve as fuel for further gains or, more likely in my opinion, as a sought after excuse for turning the tide (in the short run).”
anotherjen presents Recession Trickles Down to the Teenagers posted at The Next Rich Girl, saying, “Could it be that today’s teens are learning a little fiscal responsibility from the recession?”
The Smarter Wallet presents Charting Stock Movements With Fibonacci Trading Techniques posted at The Smarter Wallet
Investing School presents Investor Mistakes – Constant Refresh posted at Investing School, saying, “Most of us love the real time information provided by our stock brokers but it really doesn’t help us much to look at it every day (or worst yet, several times a day). This article explains why.”
Stock Trading Brokers presents Zecco Discount Broker Review posted at Stock Trading Brokers, saying, “Zecco may suck with marketing and planning but they still offer one of the lowest commissions for trading stocks.”
Steve Patterson presents Chinese Internet Companies Climbing posted at FastSwings.com – Steve Patterson, saying, “The Chinese are spending a lot on internet gaming and services and these four companies are grabbing market share.”
The Smarter Wallet presents A Stock Trading System For Shorting Stocks: How To Short Estee Lauder posted at The Smarter Wallet
Jae Jun presents Stock Investments From Forbes 400 Best Big Companies posted at Old School Value, saying, “stock investment ideas and fair value calculations from Forbes 400 platinum list.”
The Investor presents Seven psychological quirks that destroy investment returns posted at Monevator.com, saying, “Don’t let your emotions get in the way of your profits.”
Darwin presents Start Investing Today: An Amazing Comparison of 25 vs 35 Year Old Starters posted at Darwin’s Finance, saying, “This article shares some neat numerical and graphical representations of the stark differences between an investor/saver starting at 25 vs 35 years old.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents HSBC Direct Online Savings Account Review: With Free ATM Bank Card posted at The Digerati Life
Patrick @ Cash Money Life presents How to Do a Financial Checkup posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “A financial checkup is an important part of your financial well-being. When was your last financial checkup?”
Patrick @ Military Money presents Financial Planning For Military Families posted at Military Finance Network, saying, “Financial planning tips to help families prepare for emergencies and other life events.”
MoneyNing presents 20 Different Areas to Think About for a Cheaper Auto Insurance Policy posted at Money Ning
Gregory E. Rouse presents How to Live Under Your Means posted at Frugal-Living-Skills Blog, saying, “One of the first principles of self-reliance and frugal living is the counsel to live under our means and if followed can be a foundation on which to build the other principles. The problem is that most people are not sure how to actually do it, they need a specific plan. To achieve this goal a family or individual can use the 70/30 Rule as their plan.”
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