January 10, 2009, 6:00 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Uncategorized
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Here’s what caught my attention this week:

Frugal Dad explains the life cycle of a purchase. Things are always appealing when you don’t have them!

Intelligent Speculator goes with his 4 top stock picks for 2009 (I organized a contest among a few bloggers, here are my picks).

If you want to start year 2009 on the right foot, you better set financial planning goals. ABC of investing is giving you some tips on that.

Find out about the catch behind debt reduction and elimination program at The Simple Dollar.

Credit Tool Box explains in which situation you should choose a fixed mortgage rate. Personally, I would never do it 😉

Get Rich Slowly is giving 9 methods to master your money in 2009. My favorite is to track every penny you spend. Trust me, you will be shocked at the end of the month!

Millionaires and their problems at The Digerati Life. Who would have thought that millionaires have problems… seriously!

There is a very interesting case study over at Million Dollar Journey. Read the comments, there are as good as the post itself 😉

Looking to buy a house in 2009? Check this post from Four Pillars, he listed several interesting post he wrote about buying a house.

Go To Retirement convinced me to retire in Panama. I must say that beaches look more than just great there are 1 feet of snow in my driveway!

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Comments

Thanks so much for the mention and the round-up. I will look forward to seeing how your stock picks do. At my age, I’m looking for dividend growth but that is increasingly difficult to find.

Thanks for the great list. I’m formulating mine too, as we speak. Seems like people are talking a lot about house buying these days! 🙂