Here are some of the great blog postings around the personal finance blog world that I have really enjoyed reading this past week or so. Be sure to check out these great articles.
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Notable articles from my RSS reader:
Try Working On Finances When You’re in the Mood – You have to strike when the fire is hot. That applies just just about everything, and the same is true for personal finances. J over at BugetsAreSexy stresses that you have to pour over your finances especially when the mood hits you. Sometimes it is hard to get excited about personal finance (not for me though), and you’ve got to tackle it when you feel it.
X Marks the Spot: Navigating Financial Treasure Maps – Fiscal Fizzle shows a fun, unique way to look at your finances and your goals on how to accomplish your financial dreams.
Is Technical Analysis Profitable? – I personnally cannot stand Technical Analysis. I’m securely in the Financial Analysis corner of stock investing. The Oblivious Investor has a great discussion about techinical analysis that is definitely worth reading.
Netflix Review – To Netflix or Not To Netflix? – Ah…that is the question. Forget Shakespere…Patrick over at CashMoneyLife is always great for a product review. This week he gives us the lowdown on Netflix. If you ever had a question about the DVD service or on the fence about how much money you can save renting DVDs from them, I highly recommend his detailed review.
Are You An Expert On Personal Money Management? – Studenomics gives advice on how you can help a friend with the personal finance and money management situation they may be facing in their lives. This post really hit home with me because I have to counsel a lot of young people who work for me.
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