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Weekly Blogosphere Mash-Up

by Luke Landes

Here’s what’s been happening on the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond in the past week. Five Cent Nickel was on vacation but he opened his blog to guest writers. “Frugal” wrote about leverage, the secret of making big money. Mighty Bargain Hunter laments the loss of a discount grocery store. AllFinancialMatters says men don’t know jack about ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival of Personal Finance #53

by Luke Landes

Welcome to the anniversary edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance! What a year it has been. The first Carnival of Personal Finance was posted on June 20, 2005. To celebrate the Carnival’s first birthday, I asked participants to submit two articles: a recent favorite as usual and one of their favorites from the past ... Continue reading this article…

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Weekly Blog Round-Up

by Luke Landes

Here’s a look at what has been written on the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond this week. Mighty Bargain Hunter compares real assets like gold against MSFT. Free Money Finance looks at splitting up money as a married couple. JLP from AllFinancialMatters adds the life insurance needs calculator to his growing list of financial calculators. Five Cent ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival is Up!

by Luke Landes

The Carnival of Personal Finance #49 is up at Frugal for Life. Dawn did a nice job of presenting the Carnival in a newspaper-like format. I liked Beware of Mortgage “Rescue” Firms, Your Money or Your Wife, and Here Comes Medical Quicken. Next week’s Carnival of Personal Finance will be hosted by Madame X at ... Continue reading this article…

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Americans Are NOT In Bad Shape With Credit, Sort Of

by Luke Landes

I like Liz Pulliam Weston’s latest article, The Truth About Credit Card Debt because she cites some statistics that fly in the face of conventional thought regarding credit behavior of Americans. We’ve all heard this before: Americans are in an unparalleled level of revolving credit card debt. The average American household carries more than $9,000 ... Continue reading this article…

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Carnival of Personal Finance #46

by Luke Landes

Welcome to the latest Carnival of Personal Finance, edition number 46. For those coming to Consumerism Commentary for the first time, you can learn a little bit about me, Flexo, and this blog. You can also peruse through what I’ve arbitrarily decided were my “best” blog entries of 2005. Thanks to everyone who submitted an ... Continue reading this article…

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Reminder: Carnival of Personal Finance Will Be Here

by Luke Landes

On Monday morning, I’ll be hosting the Carnival of Personal Finance. If you’re a blogger planning on participating, please submit your article as soon as possible! The Carnival’s a great way for new bloggers (and older ones as well) to showcase some of their best entries in the last week or so. Everyone loves a ... Continue reading this article…

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The Carnival of Personal Finance is Up!

by Luke Landes

For those looking for the latest Carnival of Personal Finance, it is now up at Million Dollar Goal. The Carnival returns home next week. Bloggers, feel free to submit your articles early. Here’s more info on the Carnival of Personal Finance. Also, the Festival of Frugality is up at the MoneyBlogNetwork. The Carnival of Debt ... Continue reading this article…

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