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Stock Carnival Ecstasy - December 19, 2013

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Welcome to the December 19, 2013 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy. Bill Smith from has an opinion on Facebook and Yelp as longer term investments. Steve Alexander has some small cap value stocks that you should take a look at. And finally Bryan Chau has investment trends for the coming year for you to consider. Hope you like the articles, bookmark, share on Facebook, tweet, and come back soon.


John Schmoll presents And You Wonder Why We Have Financial Problems… posted at Frugal Rules, saying, "Recent studies show, and not really surprisingly, that much more money is being spent to market financial products as opposed to teaching about them. While this may seem like an impossible problem to solve, teaching financial literacy can help stem the tide. Teaching financial literacy will help individuals begin to make wiser financial decisions like saving for retirement and living within their means."


Bill Smith presents Facebook And Yelp Remain A Good Bet Despite Recent Price Tumbles - posted at FastSwings, saying, "Facebook shares have taken a tumble recently along with a number of other of the so-called momentum stocks including Yelp (-6%), Twitter (-4%), LinkedIn and Trulia."

Steve Alexander
presents 5 Growing Small Cap Value Stocks With No Debt posted at MagicDiligence - Optimizing Joel Greenblatts Value Stock Strategy, saying, "List of 5 small cap stocks with over 15% revenue growth, below market valuation, and zero debt."

Bryan Chau
presents Investment Trends For 2014 - Secure Your Future - SuccessPenPal | SuccessPenPal posted at Success Pen Pal, saying, "investing, trends, future, opportunities, 2014, goals, lifestyle, profits."

Mark Hanna
presents Dividend Champions List Review – December 2013 posted at Debt, Dividends, & Diversions, saying, "In this series we look at the December edition of the U.S. Dividend Champions sheet, compress down the data into a few simple metrics, and attempt to find the best valued dividend stocks based on a combination of yield, P/E, and dividend growth rate."


Bryan presents 5 Reasons You Are Still Unemployed posted at Gajizmo.

Bill Smith
presents How Secured Loans Can Help posted at Debt Consolidation, saying, "Consumers who need to rebuild their credit histories can take secured loans to start the process. A secured loan is an advance that a lender gives to a person who is willing to offer some type of collateral."

presents Google as a Penny Stock Research Tool posted at Messy Money, saying, "Google can be a wonderful tool for researching potential penny stock investments. Penny stocks are small, unproven companies that tend to trade outside the major exchanges and at a low share price, usually under $5."

presents Whole Life Insurance As An Investment posted at MyLifeInsurance101, saying, "The New Year is coming and you are likely considering how best to protect your financial dependents. You hear about term and whole life insurance, but which is better? Are you wondering if whole life insurance is a good investment? Read our guide to get insight into why whole life is a bad investment option and you should just buy term life and invest the difference."

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