Stop the Madness! 3 Reasons to stop watching “Mad Money” on CNBC

Jim Cramer’s “Mad Money”, while it can be fun to watch and make you aware of stocks you may not have heard of, it’s not a useful source of investment advice.  In the show Cramer seems to place a lot of focus on buying/owning stocks that have good management and prospects with the added caution that you should […]

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Carnival of Financial Camaraderie

There were a lot of great articles in this weeks Carnival of Financial Camaraderie; thank you to everyone who has contributed!  This carnival is hosted every second week by My University Money and if you would like to get involved you can submit articles at Blogger Carnivals or Blog Carnival HQ. EDITOR HIGHLIGHTS Mr.CBB @ […]

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Should I take investment advice from Seeking Alpha?

Seeking Alpha is a great place to find multiple opinions and varying levels of analysis on publicly traded stocks.  As an individual investor it can be very difficult to find good information.  Chances are you probably don’t have your foot in the door with investor relations or the ability to meet with company management.  Luckily the […]

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Carnival of Retirement – 105th Edition

For this week’s Carnival of Retirement I have picked out the best of the submissions on budgeting, investing & savings, living, taxes and debt.  I also selected some of my favorite articles featured in the “Editors Top Picks”. To access additional Carnival of Retirement posts you can go to the Carnival of Retirement website, or if you […]

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Should I Invest in Penny Stocks?

If you want to get rich quick with no effort at all then penny stocks are for you.  If you think it would be a better idea to climb off of your unicorn and float down to earth instead of looking for a pile of gold at the end of a rainbow then you should stay far, far away […]

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