Welcome to this week's Carnival of Investing! I enjoyed reading all of your posts.
Here we go!!
- Is investing in a company actually supporting the company? Doubting to Shuo discusses topics dealing with ethics and investing.
- Capital Chronicle isn't convinced that we're in a perfect storm that will grind the equity markets to a halt.
- Avoid these ten common investing errors, courtesy of GuruFocus.
- A technical case-study discussion of contingent convertible bonds is over at Stock Market Beat.
- Adventures in Money Making offers some higher-risk, higher-reward personal note investing sources — auction style.
- Online Stock Trading primer from Trading Knowledge.
- Watch the political situation if you invest abroad.
- A bit of InvestorGeeks discussion on buying and selling Microsoft.
- Some Oracle of Omaha commentary — another from GuruFocus.
- Use the 200-day moving average as an indicator for how much cash you should have. Good discussion at JeffSHoward.com.
- The Dividend Guy talks about the cast-iron stomach.
- A checklist for finding the holy grail of trading.
- Stocks? Mutual funds? None of the above?
- Paul's ten rules of thumb for investing. Some unusual takes on some old standards.
- Big Cajun Man lists some of the reasons he's investing.
- Some personal experience with a particular online broker.
- Investing the Middle Way takes a stab at quantifying downside risk.
- Five real estate investment risks from Journey to Financial Freedom.
- The producer price index can have a fundamental effect on your portfolio. Financial options discusses some of these effects.
- The 20-bagger that got away. Man!
- Investing based on web traffic? Interesting!
- If you're interested in buying an off-plan property, Nubricks.com has a few tips for you.
- A take on the Japanese stock market.
- And a quick tip on beating the market consistently.
Thanks for reading the Carnival of Investing! Always lots of fun putting these together and reading all of the great posts. Thanks to everyone for submitting! Next week, it looks like Journey to Financial Freedom is slated to host the carnival!