LinkStuff For July 27

by Mike Holman

Penelope Brazen writes a great blog which can sometimes be painful to read because of the things she shares.  This post about why honesty is the best policy (my title) is the most honest and painful one so far.

Money Grubbing Lawyer talks about the renovation butterfly effect.  This is when you improve one thing in your house and everything else looks like crap as a result.

Million Dollar Journey sprinkles his lawn with dividends.

The Oblivious Investor talks about closet index funds and how to avoid them.

Canadian Capitalist did a book review on Squawkfox’s 397 ways to save money.

ABCs of Investing wrote about blue chip stocks.

Carnivals

Carnival of Twenty Something Finances

Bankruptcy and Debt Carnival

Carnival of Road to Financial Independence

Money Hacks Carnival

Festival of Frugality

Carnival of Financial Planning

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Million Dollar Journey

Thanks for the mention Mike!

2 Canadian Capitalist

I like MGL’s title: the renovation Butterfly Effect. Happens all the time at my place 🙂

Thanks for the link!

3 Squawkfox

Glad I caught this post cause it’s funny. Oh, I really like Penelope Trunk.

But now I must check out Money Grubbing Lawyer to avoid the “renovation butterfly effect” and then figure out how to “sprinkle my lawn with dividends” a la Million Dollar Journey. Perhaps those lawn dividends will help pay for those butterfly renos. 😐

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