Carnival of Money, Growth and Happiness #21

Greetings! Welcome to the 21st edition of the Carnival of Money, Growth and Happiness. We have selected 32 posts for this edition. I hope our readers would enjoy reading these. Here are the posts in the order they were received.

Steve Faber presents What is The Pinchot Plan and Is it a Good Investment? posted at Debt Free. Many of you may have heard of the Pinchot Plan. Then again, many of you may not have any idea what I’m talking about. Like many other investment ideas floating round on the Internet these days, it’s someone’s catchy name for a class of investments.

Ray Chong presents Protecting Profits - The Art Of The Trailing Stop posted at Trading Tips, Strategies and Insights.

James D. Brausch presents You Don’t Need Any Money posted at

Kathleen Gage presents Meet The Left Thumb Blogger posted at Street Smarts Marketing. Every so often our paths will cross with someone who is truly incredible. Such is the case with Glenda Watson Hyatt, The Left Thumb Blogger. Glenda is the author of I’ll Do It Myself.

Roshawn Watson presents Creating Phenomenal Wealth Over Time posted at Watson Inc. The long-term view of wealth is not congruent with many of our current societies’ values. We live in a fast-food culture where everything must be instantaneous.

James D. Brausch presents A Mindset Challenge posted at

The Investor’s Journal presents The Temptations of the Stock Market posted at The Investor’s Journal. You make a few good investments, and just like that you feel like you are ready to take on some of the more riskier positions. The irony of it is that you built up most of your gains and confidence through conservative investments.

Tony Wheeler presents Green Up the Place posted at misadventures of a beautiful letdown. A few ways to prepare for winter and save some dollars on the utility bills.

Michael Fowke presents A vision of Canary Wharf posted at Money is the way. Michael says, “My vision and a celebration of the Canary Wharf financial centre in London’s Docklands.”

BrandonL presents Did you know this about FHA Loans? posted at FHA Mortgage Center Blog. FHA loans are a great deal. Learn about why they can save you a ton of money and make buying a home much easier.

Everything Finance presents Do you want to be a Quiet Millionaire ? posted at Everything Finance.

Miami Phillips presents Happiness is Change (for me) posted at Miami Phillips - About Happiness. Happiness is in my control. All I have to do is figure out what makes me happy and then go get it. This one is long term…

Matthew Paulson presents What To Do If Your Kids Move Back Home After College posted at Getting Green.

Kimberly Clay presents Make Money Online Working From Home… Or A Shameless Plug posted at Kimberly Clay’s Internet Marketing | Wealth Building Blog.

The Skilled Investor presents Diversify To Avoid Investment Fraud posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog. Stories about investment fraud often seem to include the phrase “his or her life savings.” There should never be a moment during your lifetime when your life savings are not heavily diversified across many investment vehicles and firms.

Kennethdickson presents So, what kind of loan person are you? posted at InvestorBlogger.

Stefan Töpfer presents THE SMALL BUSINESS BLOG: Work-Life Balance 2.0 and Small Business posted at THE SMALL BUSINESS BLOG.

ChristianPF presents The Best of Everything in 2007 posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog. Kiplinger’s just came out with their best list of 2007. In it they cover a wide range of services and products they have ranked.

John Crenshaw presents Are You Proactive or Reactive? posted at Dominate Your Life. You can learn a lot about how to be successful in life and business by studying what works for people in really intense situations. Am I ever going to be so bombarded with information that I’m incapable of processing it all?

Mark U Runta presents Security or Freedom posted at Smart Investing & Money Management.

Credit Help presents Automatic Billpay Drawbacks posted at The Truth About While automatic billpay can be highly beneficial, watch out for these common drawbacks.

Ana presents Could the Debt Free Concept Go Viral? posted at DebtFREE-Revolution.

Raymond presents Stay Away From Department Store Credit Cards posted at Money Blue Book. For people who are trying to reduce their debt, stay away from department store credit cards.

Tracy71 presents Zen and the art of mindful consumerism posted at The Zen Housewife. It is unlikely that we will ever give up being consumers, in fact, it’s probably impossible for most not to be consumers in one way or another. So perhaps we can apply the same mindfulness to our consumerism that Buddhists apply to eating and other aspects of their lives.

Jason Elder presents Ways To Quickly Recover From Bankruptcy posted at A Bankruptcy Lawyer’s Blog. If you are looking to recover from bankruptcy, there are a number of things you can do to speed up the process.

Aaron Wakling presents Repair Credit Score - 12 Top Rated Secrets posted at Credit Card Watch. Do you know how much damage a poor credit score can do?

Eric Hudin presents Tax Help - Creative Use of the Roth IRA in Estate Planning posted at My Estate Planning Career Blog. Parents must give serious thought to protecting their family through creative estate planning. While life insurance and trusts should be a part of every plan, Roth IRAs can be an elegant tool you can use to pass some of your wealth to your children on a tax-free basis.

Allen Taylor presents Overcoming Trading Fears posted at Personal Investing Advice. It’s been said that trading is 90% emotional, and 10% technical.

Tim Ramsey presents Financial Freedom Is Not Just About Being Debt Free posted at My Debt Relief Plan. Financial freedom is a bit of a misnomer. Having financial freedom is defined as being in a place in your life where you no longer have to work to pay for your living expenses.

Eric Stanley presents 10 Ways to Keep Your Holiday Spending in Check posted at Personal Finance Blog Articles. Everyone vows that this year they are going to shop early and stay within their budget; but to avoid the post-holiday hangover they need more than just good intentions. They have to make a plan for holiday spending and stick to it. Here are 10 tips to keep holiday spending in line.

Thomas Humes presents Are You Habitually Losing Money? posted at Wealth Building World. Psychologists tell us that up to 90% of our behavior is habitual. If you have a habit of letting your receivables get overdue, which is one of the most common unsuccessful habits, you will always get a predictable result. Negative habits breed negative consequences.

Roger presents 10 Facts about TheScience of Getting Rich | The Happy and Prosperous Blog posted at The Happy and Prosperous Blog. Find out about a proven method for getting more of what you want in your life.

That concludes this edition. Next edition of this carnival will be hosted here on November 08, 2007. Submit your blog articles using our Blog Carnival Submission Form.

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