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Dec 2007 Net Worth Update (+2.35%)

Time for the final installment of net worth updates for the year 2007.  December was a volatile month for the markets, but better than November. A few readers commented in my November net worth post that insurance shouldn't be counted as a liability.  Yes, technically, I can cancel my insurance anytime so it's not a…

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Weekend Reading – Dec 28, 2007

Even though this week was slower in terms of traffic and blog posts in the blog world, there have been some great links that I would like to share with you. The Digerati Life hosts the Christmas Edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance.  MDJ submitted the post that compared the net worth of various…

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QCash on: Borrowing to Invest: My Exit Strategy?

QCash, the 37 year old retired millionaire, writes about his adventure in leveraged investing. I have never been a big fan of leveraged investing.   Especially when I took early retirement and I don’t want to expose myself to any large risks that could thwart my plans. However, I have found myself embracing the concept of…

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Carnivals and Another Camera Giveaway

J.D from Get Rich Slowly has done another fine job hosting the Carnival of Personal Finance.  The MDJ article on New Car Buying Tips called "Confessions of a Car Salesman" was submitted and chosen as an editors pick. Preet Banjeree, the grand prize winner of the MDJ 1st birthday giveaway has decided to pay it…

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5 Ways to Beat the Christmas Rush

It's that time of year that everyone is scampering around the stores and malls hoping to finish up their Christmas Shopping.  I was at Costco last Saturday and not only did I have a hard time finding a shopping cart, the cart didn't have any space to move with all the people jam packed in…

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