October 24th Financial Carnivals

Blawg Review is hosting this week’s Carnival of the Capitalists. My 30 Days to Becoming a Better Investor project was briefly mentioned in this edition. The Real Returns provided some interesting thoughts on the impacts of P/E on returns. There were two articles warning of Googles potential to pop worth reading, one at the Business Law Prof Blog and the other at Conglomerate.

The Carnival of Personal Finance returned to its home this week at Consumerism Commentary. Free Money Finance discussed 20 Ways to Save on a Shoestring. (Maybe we can use some of our saving to buy into more going private transactions.) MyMoneyBlog takes a look at I-Bonds. However with a current real return of 1.2%, I agree with Clutter2Cash that I-Bonds don’t look too sexy right now. There was a lot of great stuff to read in this weeks Carnivals.

3 thoughts on “October 24th Financial Carnivals

  • October 25, 2005 at 11:19 am
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    Just found your site this morning on the Carnival of the Capitalitst. I enjoyed my brief visit. I will be back to do some exploring. I have been working on a Mortgage Planning blog. Come on over a visit and let me know what you think.

    I belive that families should manage their liabilities as well as their assets. I also talk about trends in the mortgage industry.

    I put a link on my site to yours as well. If you feel comfortable, I would appreciate a link in return.

    David Porter

  • October 25, 2005 at 4:59 pm
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    Thanks for the link George! I-bonds still seem decent if you don’t have the cash for munis though. $1000 for the single bond i checked and $10k for the muni fund I checked is too high for me to take advantage of munis now.

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