Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Stock Carnival Ecstasy - October 4, 2011

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Welcome to the October 4, 2011 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In the top 8 stories for the week we start with Ahmad Hassam who has an ETF trading system on How To Trade ETFs For About 10 Minutes A Week. Ken Faulkenberry takes a look at Global Investment Trends. What is Net Asset value? User 'Mutual Fund' has the answer for us. And Jose D. Roncal compares Stocks to Bonds, which is the best for you. Hope you enjoy these articles, bookmark, share, tweet, link on Facebook and come back next time.

Roxanne Porter presents 10 Expenses No Nanny Should Be Expected to Pay Herself posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "In dealing with financial responsibilities, you will need to decide what is expected of your nanny. Below is a list of ten expenses that nanny’s should not have to pay for, while on the job for their families:"

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J.R. Weber presents Citi Dividend $200 Cash Back Credit Card Offer Details posted at Smart Balance Transfers, saying, "Credit card companies continue to roll out incentives to consumers. Citibank hopped on the bandwagon with a new $200 cash back promotion."

Mike Piper presents A Request for Vanguard (or Fidelity, or Schwab…) posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "Why don't more brokerage firms allow for one-step rebalancing, rather than having to enter a separate transaction for each of your holdings?"

Nathan Richardson presents As Debit Card Fee Caps Come Into Effect, Banks Raise Fees on Consumers posted at Deals & Tips, saying, "Are you ready for the next move in the war on consumers? Banks are preparing to institute debit card fees in response to the caps that are about to go into effect."

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Ahmad Hassam presents The Portfolio Prophet -How To Trade ETFs For About 10 Minutes A Week & Safely Grow Your Investment Portfolio! | Killer Trading Systems posted at Killer Trading Systems, saying, "These Portfolio Prophet FREE Presentations show how to trade ETFs in about 10 minutes a week and safely grow your investment portfolio."

Ken Faulkenberry presents Top Global Investment Trends to Invest In – 2011 posted at Arbor Asset Allocation Model Portfolio (AAAMP) Blog, saying, "There are some of the top global investment trends that should be included in your portfolio asset allocation in 2011 and beyond."

Mutual Fund presents What is NAV or Net Asset value? posted at Mutual Fund, saying, "This article explains what is NAV or Net Asset Value of mutual funds."

Jose D. Roncal presents Stocks Versus Bonds: Which is Right for You? posted at José Roncal, saying, "Anyone about to enter into the market for the first time is probably feeling skittish right about now. Wall Street flailed through an unprecedented crisis while Congress struggled to please everybody in the biggest financial bailout in the country’s history. When things didn’t go as planned, September 29th saw the largest one-day drop in the market’s history. Markets still have not recovered, despite an 11th hour $700 billion rescue plan Congress hammered out to prevent a real catastrophe."

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1 comment:

  1. Interesting collection of financial related articles. ETFs are definitely recommended if a person does not want to trade index futures, or own any specific stocks, but want to participate in the broad-based index fluctuations.

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