Friday, March 13, 2009

Sixth Carnival of Investing Strategies

Welcome to the 6th edition of the Carnival of Investing Strategies. This is a carnival focused on different strategies of investing your money. If your article was included, please be sure to link back to this carnival. If you want to make a submission for the next edition, the form is here.

Nesher presents Free Trade Position Size Calculator posted at Internet Stock Trading for Beginners.

Nickel presents Alternatives to High Yield Savings Accounts posted at

The Dividend Guy presents Future Stock Market Returns posted at The Dividend Guy Blog, saying, "A interesting post on the future of stock market returns."

The Investor presents Stocks vs corporate bonds posted at

Brian McKay presents Best Savings Account posted at, saying, "Broadway Federal Bank is offering a promotional online savings account that currently has an annual percentage yield (APY) of 4.08%"

Insurance Toolbox presents A Comparison of Low-Risk Savings and Investment Options | Fine-Tuned Finances posted at Fine-Tuned Finances.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Lending Club Investment Performance, Loan Returns: Should You Invest Via Direct Lending? posted at The Digerati Life.

Darwin presents Using Google Search Trends to Exploit Market Moves posted at Darwin's Finance, saying, "This unique article highlights the method of utilizing Google Search Term Trending in order to exploit future market moves in stocks and commodities."

Sigrid Landau presents What Does The Future Hold For The Big Three Auto Industry? posted at A1 How To, saying, "What is the problem with the Big Three Auto Industry? Are they ever going to make a comeback from, recover from their current funk? Is now the time to take a chance to buy Ford or GM stock?"

The Smarter Wallet presents Investing In The Stock Market? Rules To Help You Sleep At Night posted at The Smarter Wallet.

Rob presents Obama’s “Making Homes Affordable” Program and Evil Real Estate Investors posted at Two Wise Acres, saying, "Are real estate investors really evil? Apparently the Obama Administration thinks so with its new Making Homes Affordable program."

Cody Butler presents What Is A Money Market Account And How Does It work? posted at Investment-For-Beginners Blog, saying, "An introduction to money market accounts, what they are and how they work."

Michael Cintolo presents An Easy Way to Time the Stock Market posted at The Iconoclast Investor.

Zach Scheidt presents Intrepid Potash Inc. (IPI) - Pressure From All Sides posted at ZachStocks, saying, "Intrepid Potash has reduced its production schedule which will likely have a short-term impact on earnings, but management is preserving assets so long-term gains will be more likely"

Steve Patterson presents Don?t Take Your Losses! posted at 2009 Taxes.

Insurance Toolbox presents How to Get Tax Credits and Tax Deductions by Saving For Retirement posted at Fine-Tuned Finances.

Dana presents Believe it or not, the recession has perks posted at Investoralist, saying, "The younger generation feels squeezed by the financial crisis on multiple fronts, not realizing this recession offers unprecedented opportunities years down the road, for both property ownership and investment."

Gold Investor presents Gold/Silver Ratio | Gold Investing Info posted at Gold Investing Info, saying, "If you are going to invest in precious metals, it is useful to look at the gold to silver ratio."

Michael Haltman presents Beware The Misleading Nature Of 24 Hour Business News posted at The Political and Financial Markets Commentator.

John Duke presents Happy 9th Anniversary posted at OrangeHornet.

David presents Jim Cramer Responds to Jon Stewart posted at Pimp Your Finances, saying, "We've all heard the soundbytes from the Cramer-Stewart debate. But have we looked into the facts? I take a look at Cramer's response to the original Daily Show piece."

Sherin presents Ayurveda for young investors posted at Investment Internals, saying, "Most succeeded investment strategy for beginner as well as experienced investors"

Darwin presents Intrade Futures and Trades - You’ve Gotta See it to Believe it posted at Darwin's Finance, saying, "This article highlights the ability for everyday investors to trade on rather bizarre world events via Intrade futures."

Thanks to everyone who submitted!

No comments:

Post a Comment