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This Month in the Archives: Financial Ratios, Wage Inequality, and a Housing Bubble

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If you’ve joined Consumerism Commentary within the past year, you might have missed out on what was published here previously. Here are a few articles from January in past years to catch up. Stay current with the articles here by subscribing to the RSS feed.

From the Second Half of January 2007

Suze Orman Teams Up with TD Ameritrade
Netflix: It Might Be Time to Dump It
Review: The Maui Millionaires by David Finkel and Diane Kennedy
Investing: Real Estate vs. Stock Market
Chicago Fed: Could the Penny Be Worth Five Cents?
Yet Another TIAA-CREF Problem With My SEP IRA
My MBA at the University of Phoenix Online, Part 4: Curriculum
Financial Ratios for Personal Evaluation: Working Capital Ratio

From the Second Half of January 2006

Getting in (Physical) Shape
Five Signs You Have Too Much Money
Motivation for Generation X
Wage Inequality
How to Become as Rich as Bill Gates
New Emigrant Direct Credit Card
Introducing the MoneyBlogNetwork
Home Prices More Overvalued
Money Transferred to Debt
What to Do When Your Bank is Merging
Saving is Anti-American
Income Disparity By State
Overspending vs. Underearning
A Look at Blink By Malcolm Gladwell

From the Second Half of January 2005

Fear of a Housing Bubble?
Join the Army, Get Rich
Olsen Twins Buy Out Their CEO
2004 Investment Performance

From the Second Half of January 2004

If I Were Suddenly a Rich Man
Millionaires Revisited
The Power of Residual Value

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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