Friday, August 6, 2010

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - August 5, 2010

Welcome to the August 5, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.This time we have 16 great articles on investing in a number of different areas. BudgetSnob starts off the carnival with a safe way to invest in gold. Steve has a couple really good articles. One on Tax Problem Resolutions and another on FedEx and their quarterly report recently released. Mike Piper stays in the tax area with a look at the 2011 Tax Brackets. (Only 9 days until your extended 2010 taxes are due.) And finally we have a look at Pfizer from Alexander who likes the company's yield. Make sure to bookmark, share, and come back next time.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Investment Tools, Software and Resources You Can Get For Free posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thanks!"

BudgetSnob presents Safe Way to Invest in Gold posted at Budget Snob.


DepositAccounts presents Brokered CD: Higher Returns from Your Cash posted at Deposit Accounts.

Rick Todd presents Is Offshore Banking right for you? posted at Expat Investing, saying, "A warning against offshore banking."

Steve presents Tax Problem Resolution | 2009 Taxes posted at 2009 Taxes, saying, "If you find yourself having a tax debt problem contacting a tax attorney can be one of your best avenues for resolving your troubles."

Mike Piper presents 2011 Tax Brackets: What Will Change and How Should We Plan for It? posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "A look at likely income tax changes for 2011, including changes to dividend and capital gain tax rates -- plus some tips for minimizing your taxes in light of those changes."

Ellesse presents Can You Be Financial Independent Before 40? posted at Goal Setting College.

David de Souza presents The Inland Revenue posted at UK Tax Blog, saying, "An interesting article outlining the history of the Inland Revenue and taxation in the UK, dating back to the Roman invasion."


Hussein Sumar presents What is and How to Interpret the Price/Earnings Ratio posted at Dividend Stocks, saying, "Price to Earnings ratio is a valuation model used to determine how expensive or cheap a stock is trading for. The P/E ratio is a model for valuing a company's performance because it compares current stock price divided by the company's earnings per share."

Tradingsphere presents A Rough(er) Patch Will Soon Develop posted at Stock Tips, saying, "Reasons why stocks may be headed down over the next 12 months."

Steve presents FedEx (FDX) and Housing Boost Indexes posted at FastSwings, saying, "Federal Express, a barometer of the economy, reports well of the upcoming quarter and year leading investors to push the markets higher."

Alexander presents Pfizers Got The Right Yield posted at Dividend Stocks, saying, "Pfizer (PFE) is the largest pharmaceutical company in the world with over 100,000 employees and over $50 billion dollars in drug sales."

passive family income presents How to Invest in Dividend Paying Stocks posted at Passive Family Income, saying, "nvesting in dividend paying stocks is actually a very simple strategy to implement. Provided you don’t start chasing high yields and risky stocks, a solid portfolio can provide years of income and wealth. Building a dividend paying stock portfolio takes time and patience to master, but is well worth it in the long run."

Jacob A. Irwin presents Are IPO's a Good Investment Option? posted at My Money Blog - Personal Finance and Investing, saying, "An investigation in to the past performance of IPO's (Initial Public Stock Offerings) and whether or not they are a viable investment option for individual investors."

Sam presents Investing in Gold posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "Should I Buy Gold? Thanks for including my article. Here's an excerpt...

When people buy and own gold they consider it as a store of value and a safe haven for wealth in economic crisis. One of gold's important properties is psychological, because it is so closely associated with money. This gives it an immeasurable advantage over other tangible stores of wealth. Most people readily associate gold's distinctive color with wealth, and consider the color of gold beautiful. King Midas of mythology, who could turn everything he touched into gold, had the first fatal case of “gold fever,” the frantic need to seek and hoard gold."


Mitch Archuleta presents How to Prioritize Multiple Retirement Accounts posted at's Retirement Planning Blog, saying, "How to determine what order to contribute to retirement investment accounts."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of stock carnival ecstasy using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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