Welcome to the February 28, 2007 edition of festival of investing.
Paul Smith presents Tax changes cause concern for some shares posted at Investing using Fundamentals on the Aussie StockMarket, saying, “The article investigates how to find a profitable situation out of recent tax changes to investments in agricultural investments.”
FMF presents How to Identify Chart-Topping Mutual Funds in Advance posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “How to — you can’t!”
H.S. Ayoub presents Follow Along with Dr. Frost and Invest in Continucare posted at BioHealth Investor.
Matthew Paulson presents Banking Reviews: The IGOBanking High-Yield Savings Account posted at Getting Green.
Trent presents Analyzing the Auditor’s Statement: An Unqualified Opinion posted at Financial Education.
Leon Gettler presents Hedge funds should open their books to regulators – Sandy Weill posted at Sox First, saying, “Hedge funds should open their books to regulator says former Citigroup chief executive officer Sandy Weill. The system is rife with risk for investors and markets, he says.”
Chuck Russell presents GM and Chrysler? XM Radio and Sirius Radio? posted at Car Buying Tips To Save You Money, saying, “I submitted this article because this is a merger worth noteing. If these 2 company’s do merge, this would be a good stock to have invested in.”
Alan presents Risk Taking – Living life to the fullest posted at Made to Be Great.
Ironman presents Visualizing the Worst Case Real Returns for the S&P 500 posted at Political Calculations, saying, “Political Calculations’ newest chart mapping the worst performance ever recorded by the S&P 500 for investment holding periods of 1 to 50 years, after inflation.”
Ybother presents Top 10 Money Tips For Almost Everyone posted at TodaysTen.com: Daily Top Ten List to jumpstart your knowledge, saying, “10 tips for almost anyone. Motivates you to get interested in your money!”
Trent presents Community Project: Public Domain Financial Library posted at Financial Education, saying, “Help us put together a great free resource.”
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