Manshu presents Greater Fool Theory and Keynes Beauty Contest | OneMint posted at OneMint.
John R. presents Investing to Beat Inflation posted at Live Money Smart, saying, "If you're not worried about inflation yet, you should be. Here are some tips to stay ahead of inflation in the coming years."
Marcus presents Buying Stocks For Beginners - Back To Basics posted at Stock Market Investing For Beginners, saying, "There's doom and gloom everywhere. Investors and traders all rushed for the exits months ago. It's a tough time if you're just starting out in the stock market. In this post I offer some reminders about what it means to be an investor. I talk about buying the business and not the stock, buying for the long term - all the basic stuff. We all know it, but sometimes we need a gentle reminder."
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Mesquite Pete presents Don’t Take Too Much Risk | Sound Stock Investment posted at Sound Stock Investment, saying, "If there is one thing we all could learn from the recent crisis, it is the danger of taking too much risk."
Patrick @ Cash Money Life presents Pertuity Direct Peer to Peer Lending Review posted at Cash Money Life, saying, "Pertuity Direct is a new Peer to Peer Lending company that offers investors the opportunity to invest in a mutual fund of personal loans."
Barry presents HyperInflation Coming But Financial Crisis Not Over Yet posted at Jeflin's Investment Blog.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best Places For Your Money When The Stock Market Tanks posted at The Digerati Life.
Freddy presents Stock Market's Weekly Recap (Ended March 20th, 2009) posted at Protege Analytics.
Cody Butler presents Investing In Cds, How Does It Work? posted at Dream Life Coaching Blog. Ask your questions., saying, "The basics of investing in CD's, the pro's the cons and when is the right time to do it."
Tony presents Facebook and Twitter Are One Massive Bubble posted at Biz World Blog, saying, "Facebook and Twitter will prove to be horrible investments for anyone that is considering investing in them now."
Michael Haltman presents Pop The Economic Pimple While The Cancer Runs Wild posted at The Political and Financial Markets Commentator, saying, "I find the bonuses paid to the AIG executives and financial "geniuses" that created and sold the products that has helped to bring the economy of the United States and the world to its knees to be abhorrent and bordering on the immoral. If there is a way to abrogate them within the boundaries of contract law, then it must be done! But that is not the point of this post. That said, let's move on."
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