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Investing Carnival # 13:

Welcome to The Weekly Investing Carnival supported by the members of The DIV-Net.

Triaging My Way To Financial Success is proud to bring the September 16th, 2008 edition of The Investing Carnival, #13, for the first time. At The DIV-Net our members publish and welcome articles each week related to Value Investing, Dividend Investing and Long-term Investing.

The Investing Carnival encourages readers to submit content related to not only Value Investing, Dividend Investing and Long-term Investing, but also the stock market, real estate, commodities or other alternative strategies.

Featured Articles from: The DIV-Net

Dividend Growth Investor presented BP (BP) Stock Dividend Analysis
The Div Guy presented Stock Screen: Warren Buffett Picks
Disciplined Approach to Investing presented Dividend Investment Possibilities
Dividends4Life presented Stock Analysis: McGraw-Hill Companies Inc (MHP)
The Dividend Guy presented Socially Responsible Investing
the moneygardener presented CDN Banks Still Raising Dividends
The Stock Market Prognosticator presented Is Your Bank Next?

Dividend Investing:

Dividends4Life gives us Stock Analysis: Caterpillar Inc. (CAT)

the moneygardener presents Canadian clothing retailer Le Château of dividends announcing their recent dividend increase and history.

Dividend Growth Investor provides readers with a SYSCO (SYY) Dividend Analysis

Stocks:

Contrarian Profits gazes into the potential of alternative energy investments with Grab Early Wind-Power Profits with These 3 Stocks

The DIV-Net’s newest member, Barel Karsan, asks is HOG Losing Share…On Purpose?!

Nurseb911 asked is Reitmans Eyeing an Acquisition?

Stock Pur$uit gives us some Stocks For The Poor Economy: Auto Parts

Personal Finance:

Living Off Dividends gives us a Passive Income Update for August 2008

FutureNestEgg presents the “dirty, mean and sneaky tricks played by Credit Card companies in Top 5 Dirty Little Credit Card Tricks

The Shark Investor helps readers take notice of Investing in Yourself by examining Formal & Informal Education and Personal Development.

KCLau’s Money Tips gives readers helpful tips on How not to Spend that Money?

Investing:

Old School Value shows how to Profit From Special Situations – Stock Tenders

Personal Finance Start-Up Blog explains why Index Investing Is A No Brainer

The Financial Blogger asks the question Think investing in commodities is easy?

Cheap Lee Dot Com helps investors tired of losses in the market some tips on when it’s time to exit with Tired of stock market losses? 3 tips to know when to get out of the market

Surfer Sam gives us a great post on ETF’s in ETFs Are a Great Investment Strategy – How Long Before They Replace Mutual Funds?

Market Diligence gives us his Five Characteristics of a Great Business

Tough Money Love gives insight to readers on why they should Consider Municipal Bond Funds for your Fixed Income and Cash Investments

The Digerati Life asks readers So Why Aren’t You Opening a 401k?

The Iconoclast Investor gives us Here’s one of our best selling rules

Truthful Lending helps readers understand some of the more complex words of the mortgage market with Common Mortgage Terms Explained

Market View:

Bootstrap Investing conducts an insightful interview with Interview with Stewart Hsu: A Real Estate Investor

upsidetrader presents Let’s Talk Pennies and Rallies discussing the recent Freddie & Fannie bailout”

Fiscal Zen shows us some Stocks That Perform Well During an Economic Recovery

Real Estate:

The Baltimore Real Estate Investing Blog helps readers answer the questions Where Do I Start?

Tallahassee Real Estate Blog asks The Sign Is Up – Is Your Home Sold?

Thanks to everyone who submitted content and remember that past posts & future hosts can be found by visiting The DIV-Net Carnivals page.

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{ 8 comments… add one }
  • MG (moneygardener) September 16, 2008, 7:05 am

    thanks for including me Brad!

  • Dividend Growth Investor September 16, 2008, 9:07 am

    Thanks for hosting and including my article!

  • Dividends4Life September 16, 2008, 9:36 am

    Magnificent job! thanks for hosting and including me.

    Best Wishes,
    D4L

  • Jae Jun September 16, 2008, 11:33 am

    Thanks for hosting and including my post on stock tenders

  • Nurse B, 911 September 16, 2008, 2:59 pm

    Thanks to everyone who participated. I was a carnival rookie, but it was actually interesting to do and I was able to read some blogs that I had never visited before.

  • Bootstrap September 16, 2008, 11:51 pm

    Thanks for hosting and posting my interview with Stewart.

    Best,
    Bootstrap

  • Ned Carey September 26, 2008, 11:47 pm

    I’m a little late picking up on this but thanks for including me.

    I see an updated version of the richest man in Babylon is on your recommended reading list. One of my companies is Arcade Group LLC, named after Arkad in the story. What do you think of the new book? Did you read the original?

  • Ned Carey September 26, 2008, 11:56 pm

    Oh Phooey, It wasn’t your site that I saw the reference to “The Richest Man in Babylon”, and I can’t edit my comment – sorry.

    But you do have some interesting looking books in your list.

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