First off – Nicolas – one of our loyal readers asked me to start publishing my weight again – a great idea since I’ve gained a couple of pounds since I stopped – right now I am 182 pounds. I’d like to be at 175 but I haven’t been working very hard towards this goal.
On with the links!
Triaging My Way To Financial Success wrote a very funny piece admitting that he is addicted to dividends.
Last week had a lot of excitement in the US – “bailout fever” – there were a lot of great posts as a result.
The Wisdom Journal explains what really happened in the mortgage meltdown.
The Amateur Asset Allocator says that moving to cash now might be a big mistake.
David from MyTwoDollars wrote a great post asking why the US doesn’t have universal health care – the comments are a great read as well. I too can’t understand why the US doesn’t cover all its citizens.
Million Dollar Journey wrote a post called 8 essential baby toys – needless to say, anything with respect to babies will generate some debate.
Where Does All My Money Go wrote about funds with mers over 8% – can these even be legal?
The Financial Blogger says that most investors are home biased.
Squawkfox is recovering from knee surgery so her hubby wrote an interesting post – How to buy a beginner digital camera.
Canadian Capitalist did a great book review of Unconventional Success written by David Swenson who runs the legendary Yale endowment fund. I’m definitely going to be reading this book!
Blunt Money reports that paying in cash is headline news.
Clever Dude came up with a very clever quote – and comment on how to teach your kids.
Money Ning is having a contest for Starbucks gift cards – check it out!