Welcome to the November 18, 2008 edition of investing carnival. There were some great investment articles in this week's edition.
Wilfrid presents Socially Responsible Investing: Go Green And Make Money At The Same Time posted at Money Galaxy - Make Money Save Money Invest Money, saying, "Socially Responsible Investing is the wave of the future"
greg Group presents How to Make Money by Laddering Covered Calls - Associated Content posted at Associated Content.
Market Breaker presents It?s Been A Brutal Year posted at Stock Investing Tips, saying, "This year has been the worst year for the stock market since the Great Depression."
FIRE Getters presents Investing - Mutual Funds - The Economic Cycle of Sectors posted at FIRE Finance.
sherin presents Portfolio investment models posted at Investment Internals, saying, "A clean article introducing the most required investment knowledge on various portfolios."
braaak presents Active Management posted at Up is Good. Down is Bad..
Dividends4Life presents Stock Analysis: International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) A Value Priced Stock posted at Dividends 4 Life, saying, "IBM, the world's largest technology company, offers a diversified line of computer hardware equipment, application and system software, and related services. Linked here is a detailed analysis and commentary."
Michael Cintolo presents The Stock Market is Not the Economy posted at The Iconoclast Investor.
FMF presents Why I Sold My Mutual Funds posted at Free Money Finance, saying, "Details why I sold my mutual funds."
Steward presents Dollar Cost Averaging and the Great Depression posted at My Family's Money.
jeflin presents Spend Our Way Out Of Recession posted at Jeflin's Investment Blog.
David Templeton presents Lack Of Confidence Is A Major Issue Impacting The Market posted at Disciplined Approach to Investing, saying, "Lack of confidence is a key element in the market's current weakness. To be sure, fundamental factors need to be addressed to get the economy on firmer footing. One major issue that is pulling down confidence is the overhang of the potential new tax policies that will be coming out of Washington under the new Obama administration."
Silicon Valley Blogger presents 10 Signs Of A Stock Market Bottom posted at The Digerati Life.
Qovax presents The Perils of One-time Charges posted at Value Investing and Entrepreneurship by Qovax, a Software Startup, saying, "When it comes to pleasing Wall Street, some companies would do anything to spruce up their books. One of the most common shenanigans management would use is one-time charges. One-time charges are expenses that do not recur. Because of this, one-time charges are usually reported separately to prevent any disfigurement of an otherwise pristine net income."
Stockaholic presents Leading Indicators For The Equity Markets posted at Traders Corner, saying, "Leading Indicators that will help you find the current direction of the equity markets."
Michael James presents Time for the Smith Manoeuvre? posted at Michael James on Money.
Dorian Wales presents The Bull Trap Snapped – What Now? posted at The Personal Financier.
Ned Carey presents Why Would You Ever Foreclose on Yourself? posted at Baltimore Real Estate Investing Blog, saying, "This is an advance technique to protect you investment in Real Estate. Thank you for hosting and allowing me to participate."
Tushar Mathur presents Obama's "Revitalize the Economy" Agenda posted at Everything Finance, saying, "According to Barack Obama's transition web site, the number ONE issue that the Obama administration will address is "Revitalize the Economy". The step-by-step plan on how to do it has also been outlined. I hope this level of transparency with the American People is maintained throughout Obama's Presidency."
Investing School presents Earnings Per Share (EPS) posted at Investing School, saying, "Learn all about Earnings Per Share, how to calculate it and why it's useful!"
Dave presents When Will The Bull Market Return? posted at Cheapo Groovo.
Raymond presents How To Become A Millionaire and Get Rich In 10 Steps posted at Money Blue Book.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2008
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