Carnivals and Festivals
This week I hosted the first Investing Carnival, which is supported by The Div-Net blogging group. The next Investing Carnival will be hosted by fellow blogger Dividends4Life. To participate in the carnival, submit your articles here.
My review of the Canadian royalty trusts was selected on the Money Hacks Carnival #19: The Independence Edition, hosted by Sound Money Matters.
My article on When to Sell Your Dividend Stocks, Part 2, was selected on Carnival of Personal Finance, #159: The First Zero-Emissions City , hosted by Greener Pastures.
My article Illinois Tool Works (ITW) Dividend Analysis was selected on Festival of Stocks #95, hosted by Contrarian Value Investing.
The Div-Net Network
Dividends4Life posted Who is David Dodd and Why Should We Listen to Him on his blog.
the moneygardener posted blogging net worth on his blog.
Disciplined Approach to Investing posted Dividend Payers vs. Non Payers: At Least June Is Over on his blog.
The Dividend Guy Blog posted Dividend Stock Wednesday: United Parcel Service, Inc (UPS-N) on his blog.
Stock Market Prognosticator posted Barrett Business Services Inc. (BBSI) on The Div-Net site. Check out his site here for more info on this blogger: http://marketprognosticator.blogspot.com/
Div Guy posted Don't Let Retirement Be a Surprise, Have a Plan at his blog.
Cash Money Life posted Defining Financial Freedom » at his blog.
Money Ning posted Our Thinking of Money Matters is Way Too Complicated on his blog.
Stock Market Books posted a free online version of the stock market classic Reminiscences of a Stock Operator. Whether you are a season investor or a trader, check it out, you won't regret it.
Online Dividends continued tracking his online income this month in Passive Income As of 06/30/2008.
Passive Family Income is Adding Bank of Amercia (BAC) to his portfolio.
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