Sunday Round-Up for November 6, 2010

Sunday Round-Up for November 6, 2010

Well it's finally getting cold here -- I've even had to wear a hoodie this week to keep warm. But the news in the world of investments has been anything BUT cold, so let's take a look at some great links and analysis from this week:

Balance Junkie looks at QE Collateral Damage. What does that mean? QE stands for "Quantitative Easing" which is literally the government (technically the Fed) trying to engineer inflation. Sound like a bad idea? Many would agree.

Canadian Finance Blog has Tips to Prevent Running out of Money In Retirement. Now if I can just figure out how to make it to retirement without running out of money.

If you're anything like me, the best part of the holiday season is knowing that tax time is right around the corner! That doesn't describe you? Oh wait, me either. Luckily, Wealth Pilgrim has a silver lining with tax breaks to jump on for 2010. How's that for a Holiday gift?

In a topic dear to my heart, Miranda Marquit at Personal Dividends looks at the costs of starting a home business. Interestingly, she doesn't quite say outright that your sanity is a potential cost...

Invest it Wisely shares a review of "The Skinny on Credit Cards". I misread the title and was really excited that my credit cards could make me skinny. A great review nonetheless.

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InvestItWisely wrote:

Sun, 11/07/2010 - 20:42 Comment #: 1

Hahahaha.... well, I guess if you ring up a balance and have to cut back on food, they could make you rather skinny :S :P

Thanks for the mention!