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After much contemplation and debate with myself, I have decided to quit blogging for the rest of this year.
The 64th Blog of the Week selection is Well-Heeled, a personal finance blog written by a soon-to-be-college-graduate woman who happens to love shoes (hence the name “Well-Heeled”). Her blog is her personal financial education journal and the world is welcome to read along as she learns to manage her money. I commend her for thinking […]
I got some new Creative Speakers for my computer. I love them! The sound these little speakers put out is pretty amazing, especially when you consider that they only cost about $80! I have been spending a lot of time building up my music library on my computer. To organize and play my music, I […]
Here’s how the Retirement Portfolio has performed so far this year: One important thing to note is the difference in fee structure. I reduced the amount of fees that I would charge on this sort of portfolio. The new total fee is now .62% (FOLIOfn fee of .27% and a management fee of .35%). The […]
The entire family has been home this week, which is nice but makes it hard to blog. I should be back to regular blogging next week. Meanwhile, check out my archives. I have a lot of good stuff that might interest you. You can browse via my categories or you can browse by month. One […]
Commenters 34, 53, & 63 on this post won copies of Ken Fisher’s The Only Three Questions That Count – Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t. I’ll be sending out an email to the winners and will mail the books out later this week or after the 1st. Congrats to the winners!
This week I’m going to be thinking about what goals I want to accomplish in 2007. I’ll be posting them later this week. What goals are you setting for yourself for 2007? Do you feel like sharing them? If so, leave a comment. Then, this time next year, we’ll look to see if we accomplished […]
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