Carnivals and Festivals
The Carnival of Personal Finance: American Flag Edition included my analysis of McDonald’s.
The 96th Edition of the Festival of Stocks selected my post Carlisle Companies (CSL) Dividend Analysis.
Also do not forget to check out this weeks TheDiv-Net Posts. There are several original articles on value and dividend investing there.
Stock Market Prognosticator posted Utah Takes the Plunge.
The Dividend Guy Blog posted Investing Boils Down to 4 Principles Like Hockey Boils Down to the Fundamentals of the Game .
Dividends4Life posted Stock Analysis: Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM) .
The Money Gardener asked what's your net freedom?
Div Guy presented his June Net Worth Update - Ugly .
Disciplined Approach to Investing presented Dividend Focused ETFs' Performance Depends On Financial Sector .
Million Dollar Journey posted The Longterm Cost of Higher Management Expense Ratios (MER’s)
Gannon On Investing gave several reasons why bloggers stop blogging.
Four Pillars presented some interesting ideas in Real Estate Arbitrage.
Passive Family Income posted Adding Bank of Amercia (BAC) to the portfolio.
Stock Market Books posted The Art of War, which is one of my favorite books.
Saturday, July 12, 2008
Carnivals and Festivals
Posted by D at 7:00 AM
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