Welcome to the January 19, 2012 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this edition we have Alexander Collins looking at What is Scalping in Forex Trading and how to profit from it. Tim @ Faith and Finance reports on Retail Sales which were up at the end of 2011. We have an article on REITs by Mike Piper. The Dividend Growth Investor shows us his Dividend Retirement Plan. And finally Steve presents Small Money Mistakes With Large Financial Consequences. Hope you enjoy the material, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook and come back soon.
Alexander Collins presents What is Scalping in Forex Trading and How to Succeed with It? posted at PipBurner Forex blog, saying, "Hello,
It would be great to see my post in blog carnaval"
stefanz presents Why nature and the economy are similar - Investing: Strategy, Risk, Tools, and more... - Skuzet posted at skuzet, saying, "Investors can learn something from nature. Both animals and companies depend on environmental factors. But there is more."
Theresa Torres presents 7 Tips for Repairing Your Credit After Bankruptcy posted at file your bankruptcy, saying, "Rebuilding your credit score after bankruptcy involves time and patience on your part. Following these simple steps can boost your credit faster."
Tim @ Faith and Finance presents Retail Sales Up in 2011: A Glimpse of Hope? posted at Faith and Finance, saying, "A quick look at how consumer spending ended in 2011. Sometimes the reports are difficult to interpret, but we break it down in a way that makes it easy to understand economics."
Chelsea Prescotti presents Mortgage Lenders Hunt Home Owners Even After Foreclosure posted at CreditScore.net, saying, "No one ever buys a home with the intention of one day losing it to foreclosure or being forced by circumstance into a short sale. Unfortunately, that is exactly the situation in which many homeowners find themselves. Financial struggles push thousands of homeowners into short sale or foreclosure every year. When the housing market collapsed in 2008-09, many found themselves upside-down in their mortgage and opted to simply walk away, leaving the bank to foreclose on the property and sell it for whatever a buyer would pay."
Rachel Cleary presents 10 Hidden Ways to Save Money on Auto Insurance posted at Auto Insurance Quotes, saying, "When it comes to saving money on car insurance, there are some things that you can control and some things that you can’t. You’re probably already aware of the importance of maintaining an excellent driving record and owning a reasonable vehicle in order to get low rates. There are several other special discounts floating around out there that aren’t often advertised. Familiarize yourself with the following list of special auto insurance discounts and mention them to your insurance company to see if you qualify."
Jeffery Weber presents January 2012 - Report on 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards posted at Smart Balance Transfers, saying, "Consumers seeking to reduce interest expenses will find that the average length of balance transfer offers remains above 1 year, while average fees have dropped to just over 3%, making January a prime month to evaluate balance transfer options."
Mike Piper presents REITs Are Stocks posted at The Oblivious Investor, saying, "Despite misconceptions to the contrary, REITs are simply a type of stock. And they're already included in most broad index funds."
stefanz presents Discount model part 2: Cash flow - Investing: Strategy, Risk, Tools, and more... - Skuzet posted at skuzet, saying, "Valuing companies is one of the most important activities an investor should perform. In this series, the different types and the calculation of the discount models are described. In part two of this series, the discounted cash flow model is discussed"
Dividend Growth Investor presents My Dividend Retirement Plan posted at Dividend Growth Investor, saying, "I invest in dividend stocks, in order to generate a sufficient income stream, that would meet and exceed my expenses in retirement. Retirement to me is the point where my dividend income exceeds my expenses, which means that I no longer have to work for money.I am a big proponent of value investing, which is why I would only consider myself financially independent whenever the dividend income stream generated by my portfolio exceeds 1.5 times my annual expenses. In order to get there, there are several simple, but crucial principles I need to follow."
Steve presents Small Money Mistakes With Large Financial Consequences – 2008 Taxes - Free Tax Filing Options posted at 2008 Taxes, saying, "All of us are liable to make mistakes every now and then; after all, we’re only human. But there are some seemingly small mistakes that can snowball into something big and bring irreparable consequences to businesses."
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