Thursday, October 28, 2010

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - October 28, 2010

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Welcome to the October 28, 2010 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy. We have the top articles submitted for the carnival list below. MoneyNing has a great post on teaching your kids about investing. Kyle McNamara has the Top 10 Financial Blogs for College Students. Arjun Rudra has an article on Critical Control Solutions. And finally we have an article on tax free money market mutual funds from FIRE Getters. Hope you enjoy all the material and come back next time.

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Rick- presents Where to Buy Penny Stocks posted at Stock Tips, saying, "If you plan to trade penny stocks, you must know where to buy penny stocks and pay close attention to the penny stock broker's commissions and transactions fees since they will eat away at your returns."


David de Souza presents 5 Steps To Getting A Tax Rebate posted at UK Tax Blog, saying, "Are you due a tax rebate? Our guide helps you claim a tax refund"

MoneyNing presents How To Teach Your Kids The Concept Of Investing posted at Money Ning, saying, "How do you get your kids interested with personal finance so they can grow up with a better foundation for how to handle money?"

Kyle McNamara presents Top 10 Financial Blogs for College Students posted at Criminal Justice Degrees Guide.

Alexander Peter presents Should Tax be used to Incentivize Better Health? posted at, saying, "This article comments on a recent study that looks into if it's worth incentivizing people to lead healthier lives."


Arjun Rudra presents Buy, Sell or Hold CriticalControl Solutions with Technology Analyst Steve Li of Industrial Alliance Securities posted at Investing Thesis, saying, "Discovering a micro/small cap stock that delivers both profitability and growth while being cheap is a rarity. Today’s interview highlights one such stock in the technology sector in Canada."

FIRE Getters presents Tax FREE Money Market Mutual Funds! posted at FIRE Finance, saying, "Most astute investors are aware of municipal mutual funds also known as MUNIs. These funds invest in term debts issued by various state and local governments. In general dividends and gains from muni funds are exempt from federal as well as state taxes ..."

Wenchypoo presents New IRS Rules for Investors posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket, saying, "As if investing isn't tough enough already..."

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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