Before I start with my Top Ten Post for the month of August, I wanted to advice my reader about two things. The first one is, as you probably noticed by now, I decided to not post a weekly roundup on Saturdays. The main reason is that I realize that it was annoying for all the RSS readers. As they figure to be my most loyal readers, I will not do roundups anymore.
The other thing I realized that could be very annoying for RSS readers is that I am not providing full RSS feed. In fact, I though I was until Fours-Pillars pointed it to me. Please forgive me as I am still new to all this web technology and I am learning as I am blogging. I did some researches and I found out that I was not using the right version of feedburner. It is now setup properly!
Now, letâ€™s take a look at what was interesting in the blogosphere during the last month. This time, I am putting my number 1 post at the end of the article to keep you reading till the end 😉
by Stocktradingtogo.com. It is definitely a must for young traders or traders-to-be. These lessons are really good especially when you are considering the roller-coaster market we presently have. You can also find a follow-up post here. On another note, I want to thank stocktradingtogo.com four his August Top Commentator Contest (Iâ€™ll let you guess who won 😉 ).
by moneycrashers.com. It is now easier to get credit than to find p*â€n on the internet. But are stores really helping you out? In fact, this articles explain how you get stuck with huge interest bill at the end of the day.
by Lazymanandmoney.com. An impression and inspiring post about oneâ€™ success to increase significantly his income in a very small period of time.
by cleverdude.com. I used to think that interest only mortgage was a bad product. However, I have changed my mind for several reasons about a year ago. Clever Dude explains part of these reasons in this article. Sometimes, personal finance is just less important than other lifeâ€™s benefits.
By gracefulretirement.com. Many bloggers write about frugality. Several individuals talk or read about frugality. However, there are others that are stealing and think that they are being frugal. Ask yourself if you would like to teach these â€œborder line methodsâ€ to your children.
by blogingawaydebt.com. This is a nice (and legal!) list of tips to save a couple of bucks at the end of this month.
By doughroller.net. Lawrence Peter â€œYogiâ€ Berra catched more than a few balls while he was playing for the Yankees. Great food for thoughts when you want to invest in the market.
by thetaoofmakingmoney.com. This is great analogy about life. I think that the analogy got completed along with the comments. Make sure to read all of it.
#1: This month, I have two bloggers in first place because they wrote about the same topic and put great effort into it (one visually, one by a complete series). Thedigeratilife.com offered us:
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