Interesting Reads 24th October 2009

There are a lot of blogs on my reader and keep starring things that I find interesting throughout the week. Then I use those starred posts to compile the list of my interesting reads. This week I don’t have a big list because I didn’t get to read much. Among other things – I was absorbed in Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Too Big to Fail in my free time. I had written about reading its excerpt last week, and the book hasn’t disappointed me so far. It is a book about the financial crisis but has more to do on the people and stories behind those people. So far, I haven’t read that stuff anywhere else and it’s certainly quite gripping. Will have more about the book later, in the meantime, here are some great reads from the blogosphere this week:


Best 0 APR Credit Card offers @ The Digerati Life

HSBC Direct Savings Account @ The Smarter Wallet

How to use credit cards without bankrupting yourself @ The Canadian Finance Blog

Top 100 Investment Lessons @ The Dividend Guy

The Benefit of Not Including Bonuses in our budget @ My Wealth Builder

A buyer’s guide to rent homes @ Dough Roller

Hawkins Cooker: A stock for long term investment @ Tip Blog In


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