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This Month in the Archives: Wal-Mart Sales, Algebra, and Extravagance

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If you’re new to Consumerism Commentary or just nostalgic, here are some articles from the first half of November in prior years. From November 2006:

* Is a Wal-Mart Sale CNN-Newsworthy?
* Secrets and Myths About Salary Your Employer Doesn’t Want You to Know
* Solved an Algebra Equation at Work
* Bond Issued to Fund Vaccinations for 500 Million Children
* My Company’s Stock Purchase Plan, Take 2
* Car Almost Done With Repairs: What Do I Need to Look For?
* Where Do Hedge Fund Professional Spend Their Money?
* What’s in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Investment Accounts?
* Review: The Smartest Investment Book You’ll Ever Read by Daniel R. Solin
* 7 Ways to Save Money While Maintaining Your Extravagant Lifestyle
* My Company’s Stock Purchase Plan, Take 3
* What is Your Biggest Weakness?

From November 2005:

* Three Worst House Buying Excuses
* Reasonable and Customary
* Your Credit Report Affects Your Cards
* redit Card Solicitation to the Extreme
* Fewer Women in Hedge Funds
* The Rich Can Teach Us a Thing or Two
* Gift Cards Denote Laziness?

From the first half of November 2004:

* Better Than the Bare Minimum
* Win Ben Stein’s Advice

And from the first half of November 2003:

* Live Cheap, Look Rich
* Buy and Hold Cold Cuts

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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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