Carnivals and Festivals
Flexo from Consumerism Commentary, selected my article The 20 Highest Yielding Dividend Aristocrats at the Carnival of Personal Finance #157: Third Anniversary Edition.
My post Abbott Laboratories (ABT) Dividend Analysis was selected on Festival of Stocks - 93rd Edition.
Dividends4Life argued for both sides of the trade at The Dark Side of Dividends.
The Dividend Guy posted The Two Most Important Aspects of Portfolio Construction.
Dividend Money presented Are Dividend Investors Idiots?
Bob Rempel posted U.S. Banks’ Shaky Payouts.
The Money Gardener is Target-ing dividend growth.
Contrarian Value Investing presented The Four Filters Invention of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger by Bud Labitan.
BankBonuses reminded us about a New E*Trade $25 Bonus.
I reached 200 subscribers last week. I started exactly with one subscriber 5 months ago. I wanted to really thank my readers for choosing my product on a consistent basis. I also wanted to help the editors at Seeking Alpha, which have helped me tremendously in terms of sharing my articles to a much broader audience on their website.
Several bloggers have contacted me about exchanging links over the past few weeks. I am always interested in linking to interesting dividend investing, value investing, long-term investing or even personal finance blogs which have been around for at least 3 months and which post regularly. The blogs that I have on my blogroll to the left, represent what I actually read on a daily basis. So if a blog is not updated for a long period of time, I might stop reading it.
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Sunday, June 22, 2008
Carnivals and Festivals
Posted by D at 5:30 AM
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