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August 2005

Carnival of Personal Finance #8

by Luke Landes

Welcome to this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance (basic introduction, schedule) and welcome to Consumerism Commentary (about, best of) to any new readers! This is the eighth installment of the Carnival. In this issue: Designer Pets. Free Money Finance discovers the latest craze for dog owners, crossing poodles with other breeds, giving us wonderful breednames […]

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Balance Sheet, July, 2005

by Luke Landes

I apologize for the lack of updates today. I’ve been completely swamped at work, as things tend to be at the beginning and the end of the month. There’s a new supervisor in my department, and I’ve been showing him the ropes. The table that follows is my latest personal balance sheet, as of July […]

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The Golden Ratio and the Market

by Luke Landes

There are a lot of crazy theories about movements of the stock market. Take a look at Elliott Waves for instance. Supporters believe the tenets of Elliott Wave Analysis like a religion, while those who disagree believe the theory is bunk. Have you ever heard of the golden ratio? It is related to the Fibonacci […]

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Carnival #7

by Luke Landes

The Carnival of Personal Finance #7 is up at In Cash Flow We Trust. Some notable posts: About Jonathan of MyMoneyBlog, Ways to Burst the Real Estate Bubble from My Open Wallet, Brown-Bag it to Half a Million on Hello, Dollar! (a site for which I can picture Carol Channing belting out the title song), […]

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