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Welcome Again to WSJ Readers

by Luke Landes

Once again, Consumerism Commentary was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal. Welcome to any new readers! (Of course, it would have been helpful if the online article contained hyperlinks to all the websites mentioned.) Updates have been a little slow over the past seven days as I had been on vacation and am now trying ... Continue reading this article…

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Back to New Jersey

by Luke Landes

A short while ago we arrived home in New Jersey from our vacation in Williamsburg, Virginia. More on that later. It would take me a year to catch up on the messages posted on personal finance blogs in the last five days, but I should mention at the very least that the Carnival of Personal ... Continue reading this article…

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$50 Bonus From ShareBuilder

by Luke Landes

Updated June 24, 2010. Jonathan at MyMoneyBlog tipped me off to a deal at ShareBuilder, an online brokerage that lets customers invest small amounts with a low fee structure. I didn’t qualify for Jonathan’s CostCo discount as I’m not a member of the shopping club. It did inspire me to perform a Google site search ... Continue reading this article…

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Competitive Online Bank Accounts

by Luke Landes

For those who read this blog — or, for that matter, any blog dealing with personal finance — there are no suprises in this article from CNN Money, Online savings accounts duke it out. The article discusses ING Direct and its newer rivals in the higher-interest online-only savings bank scene, Emigrant Direct and HSBC. An ... Continue reading this article…

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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 ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival Submissions

by Luke Landes

Reminder for those who blog: It’s time to submit your articles to the Carnival of Personal Finance #8, hosted here at Consumerism Commentary. Send an email to carnival[at]consumerismcommentary[dot]com (or fill out this form and select “Carnival of Personal Finance”) with the required information in order to be included.

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Ride of the Valkyries

by Luke Landes

Jonathan compiled a list of cars owned by personal finance and money-related bloggers. It’s a neat list. He doesn’t say whether the cars are bought with cash, financed, or leased, but I’m sure not everyone shares that information. I’m probably one of the few people on the list who bought a new car, against most ... Continue reading this article…

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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), ... Continue reading this article…

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