Thursday, September 30, 2010

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - September 30, 2010

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Welcome to the September 30, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.We have another great set of articles on financial planning and stock investing. To start with, Mike Piper illustrates how to Deduct an IRA Loss (Roth or Traditional) . Praveen Bought General Dynamics (GD) Today and has the reasons behind the trade. Darwin gives us the The 7 Deadly Sins of ETF Investing. Guard yourself from also making these common investing missteps. Finally we have an article on Investing In Canadian Natural Resources by Arjun Rudra. Hope you enjoy the material, bookmark, share, stumble, tweet, and come back next time.

Bruce presents Government unemployment mortgage assistance posted at Government Mortgage Help, saying, "If one has lost their income during the recession and do not wish to lose their house as well, there are government unemployment mortgage assistance programs that can help."

Joseph Morris presents The 50 Best City Manager Blogs, Sites, and More posted at Masters In Public Administration, saying, "A city manager is often charged with managing the city’s budget, various offices, and a ton of other responsibilities. The article has gathered the 50 best city manager blogs, sites, and more. Use them to learn about the managers behind the nation’s largest cities, or just a few of the more outspoken ones."

Bruce presents Government unemployment mortgage assistance posted at Government Mortgage Help, saying, "If one has lost their income during the recession and do not wish to lose their house as well, there are government unemployment mortgage assistance programs that can help."

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Mike Piper presents Deducting an IRA Loss (Roth or Traditional) posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "Under what circumstances can an investor deduct a loss in an IRA?"

Mitch Archuleta presents What Investments Can I Hold in a Roth IRA? posted at RothIRA.com's Retirement Planning Blog.

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Praveen presents Bought General Dynamics (GD) Today posted at My Simple Trading System.

Darwin presents The 7 Deadly Sins of ETF Investing – Are You Guilty? posted at ETF Base, saying, "ETFs are better than mutual funds and stocks in many aspects, but there are several risks and downsides many investors are unaware of ranging from futures roll to how leveraged ETFs. Learn about the 7 Deadly Sins of ETFs."

Dan presents The 7 Deadly Sins of ETF Investing – Are You Guilty? posted at ETF Base, saying, "ETFs are better than mutual funds and stocks in many aspects, but there are several risks and downsides many investors are unaware of ranging from futures roll to how leveraged ETFs. Learn about the 7 Deadly Sins of ETFs."

Walter W. Fouse presents Top Ten S&P 500 Index Funds: Large Cap Core Mutual Funds with Lowest Costs posted at Best No Load Funds, saying, "This table of low cost top 10 S&P 500 mutual funds has been organized with the lowest cost index fund first. Nevertheless, each of these S & P 500 index funds is among the least costly on the market."

Nesher presents SmartMoney 2010 Discount Brokers Rating posted at Internet Stock Trading for Beginners.

Sam presents Hedge Funds in the News. What Are Hedge Funds. How Do Hedge Funds Make Money posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "Hedge Funds in the News
What Are Hedge Funds
And How Do Hedge Funds Make Money?

Hedge funds pools of capital for investment. They are a prime example of capitalism in the 21st century. They reward risk takers and they exist to make rich people richer. Is it possible to beat the investment markets? Finance professors say no. Hedge fund managers say yes.
Alfred Jones Started the First Hedge Fund
Alfred Winslow Jones created the first hedge fund in 1949. He came to finance from a background in publishing, including a job at Fortune magazine. He created the successful strategy of "hedging" his investments, and went on to earn great wealth and lots of imitators. To hedge an investment means to offset a long position with a short position. For example, i"

Arjun Rudra presents Investing In Canadian Natural Resources and Bank Of Nova Scotia With Tony Demarin of BCV Asset Management posted at Investing Thesis, saying, "We sit down with Tony Demarin of BCV Asset Management to discuss his 2 favorite stocks."

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Hussein Sumar presents Top 5 Retirement Myths posted at Roth IRA, saying, "Planning for retirement is a topic that is not on the minds of many people because, well it is too boring. Some people would rather spend a 1 hour extra of their day in the gym working out or socializing than talking to a financial advisor about their retirement goals. In this article, we explore 5 myths that you should get out from your head in order to practically prepare for a smooth retirement. As life expectancy continues to rise (people are living longer), you have to plan at what age will you realistically be able to retire and how much of a nest egg you will need. Will you need $1 million, $2 million or more? Well it all depends on your lifestyle, your goals, your financial obligations and more."

Steve presents Tax Audit Lawyer | 2009 Taxes posted at 2009 Taxes, saying, "Tax Attorneys can be more than helpful when you are facing the IRS for a business or personal tax audit."

Ted presents What Is A Check Cashing Service? | Authority Articles posted at Authority Articles, saying, "Using check cashing services is risky but can be useful at times."

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Carlos Sera presents A Mining Tale « Financial Tales posted at Financial Tales, saying, "I thought it appropriate to release a tale that deals with investing or trading and one of the many pitfalls. Just remember after you read this tale “All that glitters is not gold.”"

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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