Welcome to the (slightly belated) April 25, 2009 edition of Carnival of Wealth, Money and Life. The economy may not exactly be blossoming, but as April showers bring May flowers, wise investing during the gloomy recession may lead to a great crop when the stock market stops getting rained on by sour economic reports.
This edition takes a look at ways to best prepare for that recovery…
Summer Munyon offers up tips on How To Find The Bottom Of The Real Estate Market posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “If you want to know the beginning of the next phase of the market turn, just keep an eye on the green line in the graph below. You can visit this graph (updated twice per week) at The Market Bulletin.”
Dividends4Life presents Who is Irving Kahn and Why Should We Listen to Him? posted at Dividends Value, saying, “Comfort in your investing process only comes from having been there before and experiencing the gains after coming out of a downturn. Today we have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of someone who has lived through many downturns and profited from it.”
Get to know more about investing when bargains in the market are abundant. MoneyNing presents Ins and Outs of a Stock Exchange posted at Investing School, saying, “Stock exchanges perform a critical function in the world of trading. Find out what they do by going through the article.” As the stock market goes through turbulent fluctuations en route to recovery, you may want to check out Verna Morris‘ The Definitive Inverse ETF Guide posted at ETFdb. cody butler presents What Is Forex Trading? posted at Investment-For-Beginners Blog, saying, “An introduction to the basics of forex trading.” Nesher presents Global Watch List to monitor your trades from around the globe posted at Internet Stock Trading for Beginners. Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best Online Stock Brokers For Cheap Stock Trades posted at The Digerati Life.
Looking for cash-saving tips? Gregory E. Rouse presents Family Meals for Under $5 posted at Frugal-Living-Skills Blog. Lindsay presents Home Brewing to Save Money (and have fun) posted at Off the Urban Grid. Lulu presents Save Money By Packing Your Own Snacks posted at How I Save Money.net, saying, “Small savings add up over time.” Wren Caulfield presents Why Commute by Bike? posted at True Adventures in Money Hacking, saying, “How biking to work can save you money and improve your health and well-being.” Joseph presents Budgeting Tips posted at Penny Pinching. Michael Gvirtzman presents Expense Allocation Between Wants and Needs posted at Mind Listings, saying, “Discusses expense distribution between golden categories: needs, wants, savings.”
Teach your kids about money starting today. Madison presents Summer Jobs for Kids – Ideas for Summer Jobs for Kids posted at Kids and Money.
Kim Staudenraus writes Feeding the Vending Machines posted at Tranquility Financial Visioning, saying, “Do you really know where you money goes each month? Many lose track of a dollar here and there from vending machine purchases. But is it really a dollar or two?”
MoneyEnergy presents Goals on Fire: The Link Between Personal Finance and Positive Thinking posted at MoneyEnergy.
Jeff Rose writes on Managing Your Money While Deployed, One Soldier’s Story posted at Jeff Rose.
debt kid wants to know What Would You Do with a $5000 Interest-Free Loan? posted at DebtKid.
Andrew Peel asks How Will You Manage Your Money After The Recession? posted at APeel Solutions Blog, saying, “President Obama has endorsed them, Donald Trump has so has Robert Kiyosaki. What are they? Small businesses is the answer. In particular online home businesses. The main reason some heavy hitters back them is because they have a global reach from your home PC. But do you know how to get wealthy and stay wealthy?”
Clair Schwan writes a post on How to Make More Money – at work at Frugal Living Freedom, saying, “Here are some ideas about how to make more money as an employee of another. That’s where most of us fit in, so it’s reasonable to know some of the ways that we can earn more without the need for another job or an enterprise of our own.”
Mark Aucamp writes Credit crunch means talking about money and the lack of it posted at Money Saving Tips, Consumer Finance, Expert, Advice and Help | Talk Money Blog, saying, “It’s not difficult to get involved with the debate about the credit crunch and the current national and global recession.”
Want to learn more about credit cards? jim presents Understanding FICO Credit Scores posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity. Debt Free Destiny informs us Why Repairing Your Credit Makes Sense and Saves You Money posted at Debt Free Destiny. Joseph presents Understanding Credit Repair Is Very Important posted at How To Raise My Credit Score.
Savings Toolbox presents Property and Casualty Insurance – What You Should Know posted at Savings Toolbox.
Corbett Barr presents How you can live the good life without being independently wealthy or retired posted at Free Pursuits.
nickel offers up advice on How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft and E-mail Scams posted at fivecentnickel.com.
Leave Debt Behind asks Are You Responsible for Your Deceased Parents Debt? posted at Leave Debt Behind.
Billeater presents Electric Choice- Compare Electric Providers, Switch and Save posted at Billeater.
Joel Gray gives tips on staying healthy: 24 Hour Fitness – For Today’s Fast Paced Lifestyle posted at Health Tips 101. Gal Josefsberg presents Five Quick Ways To Save Money By Being Healthy posted at 60 IN 3, saying, “Wealth is not a prerequisite for health. Join me and learn a few simple ways in which being healthy can save you money.”
kathryn says it’s important to Treat Yourself to a Free (Or Cheap!) Treat posted at Out of Debt Christian, saying, “Economy got you down? Pay a huge tax bill last week? Or just feeling the need for a special treat? This is your week! Here are three great free (or super cheap) treats to take advantage of…”
Samir Bharadwaj presents Taking Stock of Your Life in Short Text Messages posted at Samir Bharadwaj dot Com, saying, “Taking stock of where you have come from and where you are heading is a required activity, a milestone along your continuing journey. Here is one way of going about it, and asking the right questions.”
Patrick @ Cash Money Life presents How Much Life Insurance Do You Need? posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “Life insurance is essential for protecting your family against the worst thing possible. Be sure to insure yourself.”
Dorian Wales presents Challenging Happiness – Exploring the Irony of Human Nature posted at The Personal Financier, saying, “The irony of human nature – anxiety for those that have everything and depression for those that have nothing.”
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