Thursday, June 10, 2010

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - June 10, 2010

Welcome to the June 10, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.This time we have some great investment advice from some really websites. The Investor begins this carnival with a post on naked short selling. The author Sun takes a look at the 2010 SmartMoney Broker Survey with the best and worst mutual fund portfolios. We have a look at National Presto Industries Inc. from SK. Darwin has given up on inflation and has the Deflation Investments for us right now. Finally Mike Piper wants you to know How Much Money you will Need to Retire. His two step process will give you the total you have been looking for. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, and see you next time.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Zecco Review: Want Free Online Trading? posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"

Carlos Sera presents A Martini Tale; Financial Tales posted at Financial Tales, saying, "This tale, A Martini Tale illustrates the importance of Rate of Return in a way I hope you will not forget. It’s easy to get distracted into thinking other things are more important than Rate of Return. They aren’t. Keep your focus."

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The Investor presents Naked short selling: All shout, no trousers posted at Monevator.com, saying, "Are regulatory limits on short selling in any way warranted?"

PT Money presents The Best Online Stock Brokers For Cheap Stock Trading posted at Prime Time Money, saying, "Reviews of some of the best low-cost trading options for online investing."

Sun presents 2010 SmartMoney Broker Survey posted at The Sun’s Financial Diary.

Patty Pedersen presents Fidelity Investments and Fidelity Funds posted at AlphaProfit MoneyMatters - Investing Blog, saying, "Read independent analysis, research, and reviews on mutual funds in Fidelity's funds network to grow your 401k, IRA, and other accounts."

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sk presents National Presto Industries Inc. – Boring and Beautiful posted at Value Stock Guide, saying, "National Presto Industries Inc is a small cap company with excellent balance sheet, great dividend history, undervalued stock and well positioned to be profitable with its product portfolio even in the bad economic times."

Sam presents Buy 500 Companies for $1,000 with a Stock Index Mutual Fund posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "Should I Buy an Index Fund?
Good Advice About Stock Index Funds
Investing in Index Funds Is Still the Best Choice

If you are a small investor who wants to meet your long-term investment goals, to minimize risk and to save the time and expense of researching stocks for yourself, an Index Fund is the ideal investment vehicle.

Index Funds allow average people to participate intelligently in the stock market. If you have only $100 to invest, you can still buy shares in an Index Fund. People invest in Index Funds because they believe that stock markets are efficient and that stock-pickers on average will not do as well as the market. When you consider that other mutual funds, those with active managers, often do not perform as well as Index Funds, you can see why many small investors buy Index Funds."

Darwin presents Deflation Investments to Consider with Inflation Fears Out the Window posted at ETF Base, saying, "With deflation becoming a serious risk to the US economy, it's worth considering these investments that would thrive in such an environment."

Infernios The Hoarding Dragon presents Hoarding Dragon Basics ? The Stock Market posted at ThunderDrake, saying, "Absolutely fantastic! A stocks carnival. Awesome. :D
This post is more of an introductory tutorial to the stock market through the guise of a dragon persona. This is to serve as a basics introduction to the stock market as a means of building and protecting wealth."

Steve Smith presents Stock Trading Tutorial for Beginner Traders posted at Forex Trading System Central, saying, "Knowing the basics is important before you begin to trade stocks online."

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Mike Piper presents How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? (In 2 Easy Steps) posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "People think "how much do I need to retire?" is a tricky question with complicated calculations. It's actually pretty easy to figure out."

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2 comments:

  1. Fast Swings,

    Thanks for including us in the Carnival. I know that I'm inexcusably late in responding to this post but we're migrating our site from Joomla to Wordpress and our track backs don't seem to be working.

    Thanks again for the great articles!
    Betty

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