More Nice Weather – Linkstuff – May 4

by Mike Holman

Another great weekend – it’s so nice to be able to take the kids outside without having to burrow through a huge pile of snowpants, mittens etc.  Mr. Cheap dropped by on Saturday afternoon for a while so we took my son to a local park.  It started to rain a little bit so we went back to the house for a couple of beers.  Lots of fun for all!  🙂

On with the links

The Wealthy Boomer had an interesting piece on the original Freedom 55 proponent.

Cash Money Life asked what is a living wage? Pretty interesting.

Canadian Capitalist is taking any questions you might have for the personal finance clinic.

Financial Blogger has learned a lot from him MBA colleagues.

The Dividend Guy give his 5 steps to choosing the right ETF.

The Oblivious Investor wrote a book – go and check it out.

Money Ning has some good and bad uses for leveraged money.

Good Financial Cents has 11 more tips to go green and save.

The Intelligent Speculator has lost in regulation.  How much regulation do hedge funds need?

Investing School discusses the confessions of an active trader.  Looks like too much work for me.

ABCs of Investing explains what “transfer in kind” means when moving your investments from one broker to another.


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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Nurseb911

Thanks for taking the time to highlight the Personal Finance Clinic!

2 MoneyEnergy

Yes, Investing School’s post is almost stressful just reading about it!:) I’m glad I’m not a trader….

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