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The State of the Web

by Luke Landes

As blogging became more mainsteam — first in 2000 with Blogger, then after 2001 with all the political blogs that arose from seemingly nowhere — new business models developed. On one front, bloggers have convinced the corporate world that blogs should be an integral part of a company’s marketing and public relations plan. It’s a ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival Reminder

by Luke Landes

Don’t forget to send your submissions for the next Carnival of Personal Finance to Steve at In Cash Flow We Trust. Peruse past Carnivals and future Carnival hosts if you have some time and would like to browse more Personal Finance blogs. Side note: Consumerism Commentary now uses “friendlier URLs” for posts. Old links will ... Continue reading this article…

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Time to Quit Your Job

by Luke Landes

How do you know when it’s time to quit your job? I’ve left jobs before, whether it was because it was time for me to do something else or because it was due to a “mutual agreement to move in separate directions.” But how do you know if you’ve stayed too long in a less-than-ideal ... Continue reading this article…

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Foreign Exchange Trading

by Luke Landes

An article in the Wall Street Journal, Currency Markets Draw Speculation, Fraud [free], talks about day trading in the foreign exchange market. The story focuses on Marc Coppola, one of my favorite Q104.3 DJs, who apparently also dabbles in trading foreign currency. To summarize, this type of trading has grown in popularity despite its risk. ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival of Personal Finance #5

by Luke Landes

The Carnival of Personal Finance #5 is up. Free Money Finance will be hosting next Monday’s Carnival, so submit your articles for consideration early and often! I have a hunch that this will be the biggest Carnival of Personal Finance to date.

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NetWorthIQ

by Luke Landes

There’s a new web tool in beta called NetWorthIQ. Its purpose is to allow people (anonymously, if they wish) to share their net worth and track their finances month after month, similar to the way I do at Consumerism Commentary. NetWorthIQ has potential. I signed up and entered my net worth in less than two ... Continue reading this article…

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Quick Carnival Reminder

by Luke Landes

Here’s a quick reminder: send a recent personal finance blog entry (or article, or essay, or post) to Carnival of Personal Finance #5 at the blog I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Monday.

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Money Clubs?

by Luke Landes

Marshall Loeb mentions the popularity of money clubs, akin to the investment clubs of the 1990s. Much like other sorts of support groups, money clubs offer the unique opportunity of belonging to a group of people with similar desires, who can encourage, inform and brow-beat you as needed. (This sounds very much like the community ... Continue reading this article…

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