After a long hiatus, I am writing a links post today. I should be back to a more regular schedule in the coming days, but it always takes a bit of time to get in the groove after a long break.
Here are some good links for this weekend.
First off, Teaching vs Preaching at Ranjan Varmaâ€™s blog; he is looking to build a learning platform, and seeking suggestions for it. So, if you have any ideas, head that way.
Then on to something completely different with Downsizing my expenses at The Digerati Life.
Another hop â€“ this time to mutual funds â€“ a question at Value Research from someone who is new to investing in mutual funds.
On to markets now, a truly awesome chart featured on The Big Picture about Death by Opinions.
I remember reading a few comments about fixed deposits penalty, so when I chanced across this article from Investing It â€“ I thought I should share what they have to say about this FD penalty.
Finally, from the WSJ blog about Biharâ€™s unusual anti â€“ corruption drive.
Enjoy your Sunday.
Update: The title originally said 2010, not 2011