Welcome to the November 7, 2006 edition of festival of investing.
Peter Kua presents 2006: The year venture capitalists adore freemiums posted at RadicalHop.com.
Rod Thomas presents Turn £100,000 into £1,000,000 – Two concepts of property investing posted at Prosperity from Property, saying, “The press is full of information, advice and even criticism of property as an investment class. One huge problem is that much of that information is written by journalists, who are not property investors. And that does you a disservice because at best you get a half-truth, and often the story bears little relation to the reality of what is actually happening.”
Ralph Morgan presents Money Myths: #1 – Money can’t buy you happiness posted at Enough Wealth.
makingourway presents RNE to concentrate in eastern european electrical utility space posted at makingourway, saying, “An analysis of RNE’s decision to concentrate on eastern european electrical utilities and the impact on both Russian and Eastern European investment opportunities as well as musings on why it’s so difficult to create an Eastern European focussed index fund.”
Big Cajun Man presents Sometimes you need to take a risk posted at Canadian Financial Rants, saying, “Risk isn’t an outrageous idea, and it does have it’s benefits, as the video shows!”
Andy presents Buying A Big House Is More Expensive Than You Think posted at ThoughtfulConsideration.com – Get Your Think On, saying, “A big home doesn’t make a good investment. Here’s why.”
Rod Thomas presents Financing your overseas property investment posted at Prosperity from Property, saying, “Overseas property is a topic that is forever grabbing headlines when it comes to property investment opportunities. With travel becoming cheaper and investors becoming bolder, the overseas property market is booming. But where should the new investor be looking? Where are the predicted overseas property hotspots for 2006?”
Steve Faber presents Don’t Let This Common 401k Mistake Derail Your Retirement posted at DebtBlog.
DWSUWF presents Republican polls down & stock market up – Investors look forward to Divided Government posted at Inactivist, saying, “Say you are a strong Republican advocate. Say you have a fervent, almost religious belief in the wisdom and “invisible hand” of free markets. Say that you observe a direct correlation between plunging Republican polls and the stock market surging to record highs. Can you say: Cognitive Dissonance? Larry Kudlow does well to keep his head from exploding…”
Ranjan presents Profits from stock market posted at Personal & Business Finance: Investing and Analysis, saying, “Musings of a new investor in stocks. Stock investing is a game, play on. The blog is in the Indian context.”
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