Hello and welcome to the 1st edition of the carnival of finance at MoneyWalks. I want to thank all the contributors to the carnival to make this happen. I also want to applogize for not being able to take the time to organize it a little better due to upcoming Final exams and projects due for my classes. In the future editions, I plan on summarizing the article submittions and perhaps more. I would also like to take this time to welcome any new visitors to the site. This is relatively a new site so feel free to look around and send comments/suggestions. Without any additional delay I prouldly present to you Carnival of Finance.
Jennifer Lynn presents Recognizing the Credit Card Trap; Ensnare Yourself Out of Debt posted at Broke-Ass Student.
Kevin Surbaugh presents Lemon Award Finalists Named on CreditCard.org’s Website posted at Becoming and Staying Debt Free, saying, “A while back, I reported on CreditCard.org’s lemon award nominees. Today I revisited CreditCard.org and found a link of finalists.”
lecentre presents Why Yahoo’s Share of PPC is Smaller than Google’s posted at Bookworm SEO, saying, “Looking to buy Yahoo or Google shares? Read this first to know why Google’s acquisitions give it an edge in market share.”
David presents The Truth About Rich Dad Poor Dad – What Robert Kiyosaki Does Not Want You to Know posted at Worldwide Success, saying, “Robert Kiyosaki is one of the most prominent financial advisers today. He has published 18 books which have sold more than 26 millions copies. Given his popularity, I am probably going to get a lot a heat for what I am about to say, but I will always strive to provide you with an unbiased opinion regardless of its popularity. In my opinion Rich Dad Poor Dad is full of non-sense and bad advice. I will go against the crowd, and let you know that I think Robert Kiyosaki is a spin artist. To make my point, I’ll reference other materials that show some shocking truths about Robert Kiyosaki and his books.”
Joe Cerny presents Finance-4-Kids » Developing the Allowance Contract posted at Finance-4-Kids.
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