Welcome to the September 16, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy. We have some really good stories this time for the stock carnival. MoneyNing has a nice Retirement Assessment for everyone. Michael Cohen takes a look at Stock Performances this September and what to expect. BWL wrote about the 7 Deadly Stock Investing Mistakes. While Alexander says it is time Buy Time Warner. Finally we have a A Consumers Story about American Tax Relief from Steve. Hope you enjoy all the articles, bookmark, share, Digg, Tweet, Stumble, and come back next time.
Bruce presents Government Mortgage Assistance with Payments | Government Mortgage Help posted at Government Mortgage Help, saying, "Mortgage Help from the Government to assist you in keeping your home from mortgage foreclosure during this recession"
Frank Knight presents Asset Allocation Strategy posted at Best Personal Financial Planning Software, saying, "When you are already there and invested in an asset class, you are following a passive asset allocation strategy. Tactical asset allocation strategy advocates suggest that you can anticipate the crowd, but flow-of-funds studies show that almost all tactical asset allocation fund flows are late money flows that chase performance after valuations have already moved."
Amy presents Reverse Cell Phone Lookup posted at Reverse Cellphones, saying, "Run you business prospecting easily with a reverse cell phone service. Don't let a lead get away because they didn't leave a message."
freefrombroke presents Why Invest In Mutual Funds posted at Free From Broke, saying, "Mutual funds are a great way to invest in many stocks at once without all the upfront money required to buy the issues individually."
Dan presents New Alerian MLP ETF: High Yield, Beats the Market and No Messy Tax Forms posted at ETF Base, saying, "There's now an ETF capturing the oft-cited "hidden gem" of investing - Master Limited Partnerships. With high yields and no tax forms to fuddle with, this may be 2010's winning ETF."
Jules Wells presents Investment Risk Tolerance Questionnaire posted at Best Personal Financial Planning Software, saying, "There is a way for you to get a much better assessment of your risk tolerance than you would from a simple conservative versus aggressive financial industry investor questionnaire."
Steve presents American Tax Relief, A Consumers Story posted at 2008 Taxes, saying, "Get background information about tax debt relief companies that require a large upfront payment before purchasing services."
Ken presents The Cost of Waiting 1 Year When Saving for Retirement posted at Spruce Up Your Finances, saying, "it's not the amount of money that you've missed contributing for that year, it is much larger than that"
Hussein Sumar presents How to Better Understand Roth IRA Conversions posted at Roth IRA, saying, "Roth IRAs and their sister retirement plans Roth 403b and Roth 401k offer oustanding retirement investing choices for American workers & savers. While most people have heard of these plans, they do not exactly know how to take advantage of them, or yet better understand them. This becomes even more difficult when an employee transitions from one job to another company while leaving behind his retirement plan with the old company, not knowing of the choices available."
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