Welcome to the September 8, 2011 edition of Stock Carnival Ecstasy.In this issue we have 17 stories that you will find interesting dealing with investing, credit, debt and finance. Everything Finance gets us started with a post on budgeting for couples. For those looking to make 401k Withdrawals, Justin Tops has a nice article on what to know and understand. A. Lee takes a look at the resignation of Steve Jobs. And finally, Tim Fraticelli takes a look at the volatility in the markets as of late. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook, and come back soon.
Everything Finance presents 5 Creative Ways To Save Money On Your Cell Phone Bill posted at Everything Finance, saying, "#1 – Employee and student discounts
Most major cell phone providers – including Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon – offer special discounts for employees of..."
Everything Finance presents The Best Credit Cards For Job Seekers posted at Everything Finance, saying, "It might not be the first big thought that enters a job seeker’s mind, when checking out employment ads and scoping around websites such as Monster or Craigslist."
Everything Finance presents The Best Credit Score to Buy a Car posted at Everything Finance, saying, "When you go to buy a car, you want to get the best deal. While getting a good deal does rely on your negotiating skills to a certain extent, getting the most bang for your buck also includes getting a good interest rate on your auto loan."
Everything Finance presents Budgeting Tips for Couples posted at Everything Finance, saying, "The days where your biggest decision as a couple was what movie you were going to watch are over. Now, you are taking a new step as partners – perhaps you have recently moved in together, or are considering starting a family.
Read more: http://www.everythingfinanceblog.com/2010/10/budgeting-tips-for-couples.html#ixzz12RASiXVA"
Tarik presents Make Vacation Time Every Day – 3 Steps to Retiring Today posted at Success starts today, saying, "You will never need a vacation again."
Linda Rodriguez presents How has credit grown? posted at Credit Cards for Fair Credit, saying, "The growth in the debt burdened carried by American households began to accelerate in the 90s. Adjusted for inflation, the average family in the 1990s had a debt to income ratio of 85%."
Marvin Grossman presents Fake Nurses, Fake Patients and Other Strange Credit Card Crimes posted at CardRatings Blog, saying, "The police are searching for a fake nurse who stole some very real credit cards. Fake nurses aren't only out there. Beware of fake patients."
Nathan Richardson presents What is the Average Credit Score? posted at Deals & Tips, saying, "Credit scores are one of the most important factors determining whether or not a consumer will be approved for a loan or line of credit."
Justin Tops presents Making 401k Withdrawals posted at 401k Calculator, saying, "With the economy doing badly, you may be thinking of making a 401k withdrawal. This post outlines some of the things to consider before you do."
Tim Fraticelli presents Why is the Stock Market so Volatile Now? posted at Faith and Finance, saying, "August has been an extremely volatile month for the stock market. With daily surges and dips will above 400 points, both the media and investors are asking the question “What’s happening to the markets?"
rob quigley presents The Rally the Past Two Weeks Has Been Unconvincing posted at The Chartographer's Map Room.
stefanz presents Stock buybacks and issuing of shares - Investing: Strategy, Risk, Tools, and more... - Skuzet posted at skuzet, saying, "There are several reasons why companies announce stock buyback programs and issue shares. But what are the effects of the stock buybacks and share issuing? In this article, the different effects are discussed."
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