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More Stuff From Kiyosaki

by Luke Landes

I saw Yahoo Finance posted a new column from Robert Kiyosaki today. With an open mind, I decided to read it, thinking perhaps he has something positive to say. I wasn’t planning on commenting about the article until I read the third and fourth paragraphs. He’s trying so hard to sell his point of view ... Continue reading this article…

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Interesting Blog Articles

by Luke Landes

If you missed these articles in the last week, make sure you take a look. * Jim mentioned something on Blueprint for Financial Prosperity that I discussed with Amy yesterday. Just because a store is offering a deal, it doesn’t mean it’s worthwhile to make the purchase. If the deal is for something you don’t ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival is Up!

by Luke Landes

The Carnival is Up! MightyBargainHunter is hosting the Carnival of Personal Finance #28. For more information on the Carnival of Personal Finance, take a look here. At the moment, I’m trying to deal with the spam comments that have found their way through my defenses over the last few days.

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Best Of 2005

by Luke Landes

As the year is coming to a close, and I will be less available over the next few days, the opportunity is perfect for taking a look at Consumerism Commentary and compiling a list of “best” (or most popular) entries from the year. This will be the 570th entry in 2005, but only a few ... Continue reading this article…

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Google At $575?

by Luke Landes

Here’s one analyst who thinks Google [GOOG] should be at $575 sometime within the coming year.

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Revisiting The Housing Bubble, Part 2

by Luke Landes

Part 1 on this short series about the housing bubble is here, driven by several articles from Fortune Magazine. Lately I’ve been splitting some of my longer posts into several parts — it’s better for digestion (metaphorically or otherwise). Today, about a third of new mortgages are nonstandard, fuzzy-math loans that have allowed many Americans ... Continue reading this article…

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More Reading From The Blogs

by Luke Landes

Here are some noteworthy posts from other blogs that I’ve come across in the last week or so: * JLP from AllThingsFinancial intereviewed Lee Eisenberg in two parts. This is nice companion reading to my five-part review of Eisenberg’s soon-to-be-released book, The Number. * Jim from Blueprint for Financial Prosperity is compiling a list of ... Continue reading this article…

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Suze Orman’s Tips For 2006, Part 1

by Luke Landes

I’m not the biggest fan of Suze Orman. I’ve seen her show and I don’t like the way she talks to her callers, even if they deserve a little berating. I don’t agree with all of her advice, such her suggestions for young workers in the advertising industry in New York. If I remember correctly, ... Continue reading this article…

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