OneMint – Economy and your Finances – March 15, 2009

Welcome to the third edition of this carnival, as usual, there are some great reads here and I want to thank everyone for participating.


Destroy Debt presents Can You Claim the $8,000 Credit for First Time Home Buyers? posted at Destroy Debt.

Matt Sherberg presents Choosing the Best Debt Solution posted at Debt


The Investor presents Quantitative easing: The uncomfortable truths posted at, saying, “If quantitative easing works and the banks start lending money freely again, then inflation will likely take off.”

Patricia Turner presents The Ultimate Guide to Ponzi Schemes: Oldest and Biggest Scams, Madoff and More posted at Bankling.


Adam presents The Oil Trade posted at Pimp My Trade

Dana presents Why cable business news will drive your investments into the ground posted at Investoralist

Sherin presents Two most simple yet powerful investment steps posted at Investment Internals, saying, “2 most powerful investment steps to follow by a right investor”

MoneyNing presents Zecco vs TradeKing – Online Stock Trading Comparison posted at Money Ning

Investing School presents What are Treasury Securities posted at Investing School

Steve Bernal presents What Do They Mean When They Say “Conscious Business”? posted at What Do They Mean When They Say conscious Business?

Cody Butler presents What Is A Money Market Account And How Does It work? posted at Investment-For-Beginners Blog

David presents The Safety of Your Accounts posted at Personal Finance Ology

Personal Finance

Abdulrasool Sumar presents Borrowing from Your 401k Plan – Advantages & Disadvantages – Basics of Borrowing, 4 Reasons to Borrow, Media & Myths on 401(k) Loans posted at 401k

Brian McKay presents Credit Union CD Rates posted at, saying, “Credit unions have historically provided their members with higher rates on certificate of deposits and savings accounts.”

Tristan presents Frugal Living Tips To Beat The Recession posted at Find Financial Freedom

Abigail Perry presents Through the looking glass: A look at perceived frugality posted at i pick up pennies.

Sherin presents 15 Financial planning mistakes posted at Investment Internals

SVB presents First Time House Buyer Credit, Cheap Property Market: Time To Buy A House posted at The Digerati Life

The Smarter Wallet presents Planning For Retirement? 5 Financial Tips For The Boomer Generation posted at The Smarter Wallet


Super Saver presents Bear Market Maxims posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, “Although published in July, 2008, Andy Kessler’s Bear Market Maxims are worth hearing again, as we enter the eighteenth month of a bear market.”

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