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These are the carnivals that featured my articles as well as the blog posts which i found interesting.
My analysis of DOV was selected on Festival of Stocks #88 - May 12, 2008, hosted by the Market Prognosticator.
My analysis of VAL was selected on Carnival of Personal Finance #152, hosted by MoneyUnder30.
My post Leveraged Investments was selected to appear on Carnival of Money, Growth and Happiness #44, hosted by Credit Card Lowdown.
Dividends4Life shared his Progress Update - Apr. 2008.
The Money Gardener presented his post hedge yourself™ - gasoline costs.
George, from Fat Pitch Financials presented Weekend Reading - Post Berkshire Edition.
Financial Jungle presented Real Professionals Have Skin In The Game, And They Beat The Market Too.
Tyler from Dividend Money presented Why You Need Dividend Growth To Beat Inflation.
My blog crossed an important milestone this week when the number of my feedburner subscribers rose above 100 on May 1. If you like my blog posts, feel free to sign up to receive them in your mailbox.
- Carnivals, Festivals and Blogs - May 06, 2008
- Carnivals, Festivals and Blogs - April 29, 2008
- Blogs and Free Money - April 18,2008
- Carnivals, Festivals Blogs and Free Money - April 14
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