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Around the Web 08 Feb 2007 07:40 pm
Pouring through this week’s Carnival of the Capitalists hosted by Mighty Bargain Hunter here are the posts you need to read:
- Those interested in retail stocks will like Nellie Lide’s “Shopping Trends for 2007.”
- Photon Courier lets us know that ethanol can’t be moved via pipeline which means plenty of business for railroads.
- Many people think more money will make them happier. Free Money Finance offers an easy solution: spend less by budgeting.
Around the Web 06 Feb 2007 06:32 pm
- Larry Russell tells us average investors don’t do well actively investing. They should stick to index funds.
- With fossil fuel dependence making constant headlines attention should be paid to uranium. The Australian industry is the focus at Investor Trip.
- For the newbie technical traders (I’m not raising my hand) Trade 4 Cash guides you through an analysis of two stocks.
Around the Web 19 Jan 2007 07:39 am
- Oil options traders are looking at the $50/barrel mark as a key pivot point. Traders see a further fall leading to a steep decline. Warm weather and new drilling have put pressure on prices.
- GE, Duke Energy, Alcoa, and other companies press President Bush to do something about global warming. [via Blogging Stocks]
- The Chicago Sun Times’ Andy Ihnatko got some hands-on quality time with the iPhone and was enthralled.
- AT&T does a little convergence by letting home phone users call Cingular customers and vice versa for no charge.
Around the Web 15 Jan 2007 11:41 pm
With the markets closed for Martin Luther King’s birthday I had more time to dig through this week’s great Carnival of the Capitalists hosted by the Endless Gibberish Personal Finance Blog:
- Free Money Finance reminds us that saving and living within one’s means is the way to wealth.
- The Boring Made Dull tells us why price controls on prescription drugs are bad.
- The BioHealth Investor show us the biotech sector has been a business bomb.
Around the Web 12 Jan 2007 07:40 am
- Who knew the home-party business was a $30 billion industry?
- The luster of private equity may not shine so bright in 2007.
- The Xbox 360, Nintento’s Wii, and Sony’s Playstation 3 were one, two, and three in the Christmas video game wars. The surprise was the old Playstation 2 which had a bump in sales.
Around the Web 09 Jan 2007 09:38 am
Diary of a Startup hosts this week’s Carnival of the Capitalists. With all the great posts it was hard to pick out a few, but here are the highlights:
- Free the Drones reminds us we’re not as smart about investing as we think we are.
- Jeff Burkey tells us domain names are hot. Will we see a bubble like in real estate?
- Charles Greens takes the counterintuitive idea that it isn’t good to consistently exceed expectations.