Carnivals and Festivals
Carnival of Personal Finance #155 — Time With Family, hosted by Moolanomy, included my post Automatic Data Processing (ADP) Dividend Analysis.
The Festival of Stocks # 91, hosted by Personal financier, included my post Consolidated Edison (ED) Dividend Analysis.
Several dividend bloggers updated their net worth this month.
DivGuy shared his May Net Worth Update and May Dividend Income Update.
The Money Gardener posted his 4 goals progress report.
Living Off Dividends achieved $2,811 In Passive Income For April 2008.
Other bloggers whose posts I read on a daily basis were:
The Dividend Guy who posted the The Top 3 Dividend Investing Books.
Dividends4Life asked Who is Ben Grossbaum and Why Should We Lisiten to Him?
Dividend Money posted The Most Boring Investment Ever.
Contrarian Value Investing presented Cintas Now At Bargain Levels.
Dividend Based Investing asked Why do (most) investment managers underperform?
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Carnivals and Festivals
Posted by D at 5:30 AM
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