Ten for Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Hope you are having a great week. Here is this week’s Ten for Tuesday:

1. College graduates need to handle student loans wisely.

2. The best college values.

3. Holidays . . . Money . . . Love . . . and the budget.
Larry: don’t buy electronics!

4. VIDEO: Should I save for retirement or my kids’ college? Uhhhhh…RETIREMENT FIRST!

5. Bernanke: More fed easing possible…

6. Here are 5 stocks to put in your kids’ stockings. Interesting idea.

7. Take Kiplinger’s Holiday Tipping Quiz I got 8 out of 10 correct. See!…I’m a good tipper!

8. Why a high-dividend stock strategy isn’t a good approach. I would like to see the returns for the strategy. This article basically addresses volatility.

9. Scrooge’s take on the stock market.

10. Could inflation be a good thing?

2 thoughts on “Ten for Tuesday, December 7, 2010”

  1. In regards to article #4: VIDEO: Should I save for retirement or my kids’ college?

    Isn’t saving for your kids’ college, really an ‘investment’? Honestly, I’d rather invest in my kids, than shovel money into stocks with unaccountable CEOs who pay themselves massive sums from the corporate profits.

    Invest in my kids, who will likely care for me when I’m old and decrepit, or invest in corporations who don’t give a squat about the shareholders — tough decision.

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