July 2011

Must Read Posts That I Linked To on Twitter the Week of July 18th

Miscellaneous

I’m constantly scouring the internet for interesting articles and posts about personal finance, entrepreneurship, business trends and whatever else I happen to find interesting at the time. I then turn around and share the best material I can find with my followers on twitter. I wanted to share a few of my favorites from the […]

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Build Wealth by Investing in Mutual Funds

Building Wealth
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Everyone wants to know what the next hot stock will be. What they all fail to realize is that investing isn’t about picking the right stocks at the right time. Investing isn’t sexy like those jerks on Wall Street portray it — in fact if you want to lose lots of money very quickly you […]

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Why You Need a Renter’s Insurance Policy

Personal Finance
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This is a guest post from Bailey Harris. Bailey enjoys writing about insurance and related topics. Many renters feel that they do not need to have a renter’s insurance policy. They either assume it is expensive and a waste of money or that they are covered under the landlord’s homeowners insurance policy. The truth is […]

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Why Numbers Don’t Lie, But People Do

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Any statistician will tell you that number’s don’t lie. What most fail to mention is that while numbers don’t lie, the people reporting them often do. I was lucky enough to take a statistics class in college with a professor who kept it real. “[Numbers] can be manipulated,” he said, “by people who want to […]

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A Tale of Two Currencies (or $1 Billion Dollars in Lockdown)

Personal Finance
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What you are about to read is a tale of two currencies, both of which are very much at odds with each other. On one side of the ring we have the one dollar bill, lovingly known by millions as “buck,” “greenback,” “single” and “one.” On the other side of the ring we have our […]

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