This is my weekly overview of the carnivals and festivals that included my articles over the preceding seven days. In addition to that I also feature links which I found interesting.
Carnivals and Festivals
Carnival of Personal Finance #167 hosted by Broke Grad Student selected my post Is $1,000,000 enough to retire on? Is $2,000,000 enough to retire on?
Festival of Stocks#103 hosted by The StockMasters selected my post State Street Corporation (STT) Dividend Analysis
The Div-Net network
The Div Guy presented New High Yield Dividend Stock: DCP Midstream Partners LP (DPM)
Old School Value presented The Natural Contrarian's Way to Get Poor Quick
Disciplined Approach to Investing presented Dividend Aristocrats Outperform S&P 500 Index Year To Date
Dividends4Life presented Stock Analysis: Avery Dennison (AVY)
The Dividend Guy presented The Four Most Important Metrics When Evaluating Dividend Stocks
the moneygardener presented My Brief Dividend Growth History
The Stock Market Prognosticator presented The Mother Lode - Part Two
Contrarian Value Investing presented Bye Bye Mr. Buffett
Dividend Money presented Using Historical Averages Can Make You Money In Stocks
Stableboyselections presented The “Missing” Berkshire Hathaway Letters (1969-1976)
Saj Karsan presented Wrestling Pays
David Hunkar presented 11 Top Canadian Dividend Stocks Available as ADRs
Larry MacDonald presented Dividends Show Differences Between Financials
Collegeanalysts presented Is Buffett Buying American Express (AXP)?
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The more I learn and experience about investing, the more convinced I become that doing nothing is the best strategy for long-term success i...
I started my site dedicated to dividend investing in January 2008 . I had been able to accumulate some money for the first time in 2007, and...