Saving Money and Sanity through Budget and Stock

Boom!  The time has arrived, again.  Here comes the delightful Money Soldiers Blog Carnival No. 5.  There were participants who submitted multiple and duplicate articles.  Please do not do that, you are making editing difficult for us.  Only one submission per carnival is allowed.  Those who will submit more than one article per carnival will be skinned alive and fed to the lions.  I am excited about this carnival because there are articles that are really good and so they made it as the Editor’s Pick.

 

Editor’s Pick

 

Dustin Small presents Stock Screen for Predictable Growth & Low Debt posted at Stockodo, saying, “There are many online tools that enable investors to seek out good value in their investment decisions. In this article I look at a stock screening method using the popular (and free) Finviz online stock screening tool in a step by step format aimed at novice investors.”

My Money Design presents My Stocks with High Dividends Income Report – December 2012 posted at My Money Design, saying, “Stocks with high dividends are a great way to create passive income, lower tax payments, and retire early. Here is my 2012 Quarter 4 performance report.”

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Other Great Articles to Check Out

 

Jason Hull presents Commit Your Future Self to Saving posted at Hull Financial Planning, saying, “This post covers how to use the SMarT plan in your 401(k), and if it’s not offered, an alternative way to achieve the same thing to get yourself to save more for retirement incrementally each year.”

Gustav presents How To Manage Money Discussions Will Help You Achieve Financial Intimacy posted at HBS Financial Group, Ltd..

Dave Lucas presents Stock Market 2013 Pick and Play Project: “The Little Financial Experiment” posted at Dave Lucas.

John Schmoll presents The Risks and Rewards of Taking The Plunge – Part 2 – Frugal Rules posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “There are many risks and rewards of being your own boss. If you want to be your own boss, go in with your eyes open to make sure it’s right for you.”

Sheri presents 3 Money Saving Tips For Your Monthly Budget Worksheet posted at Sheri Otto, saying, “Get money saving tips that you can use today to help you reach your personal finance goals. Then record your actuals on your monthly budget worksheet to see how much you saved.”

 

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  1. Thanks so much for the inclusion in this week’s carnival – and even more so for the editor’s pick! Totally unexpected but very much appreciated!
    Dustin Small recently posted..How Stock Fundamentals are Derived from Company Financials Part 2: Income StatementMy Profile

  2. Thank you very much for including me in this week’s carnival! It’s an honor!
    Jason Hull recently posted..The Ultimate Guide to Managing Your Day-to-Day FinancesMy Profile

  3. Now I have so many articles to read and hopefully get inspiration on how to start saving money. I will surely check each one of them :)

  4. Thanks for making me an editor’s pick this week! I’m honored!
    My Money Design recently posted..The 403b vs 401k – How Are They the Same? How Are They Different?My Profile

    • You’re welcome. Your article is very good and offers valuable information to the Money Soldiers tribe, and everyone else. Thank you for participating in the Money Soldiers Blog Carnival.

  5. Thank you for this blog.

  6. You can use the stock prices to track earnings. Short-term market behavior is generally based on fear, enthusiasm, news,
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  7. There are lots of good resources out there you can use to learn more about investing in stocks, like http://www.mutualfundstore.com/investment-planning/about-shares-stock-companies-market-cap. Really, the more you know about which ever type of investment you decide to pursue, the better off you will be. Just try really hard not to get too emotional about it because you really can’t predict what the market will do.

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