Welcome to the February 25, 2008 edition of the Festival of Stocks. Festival #77 to be exact and I’m declaring it to be a jungle party!
The Festival of Stocks is a blog carnival dedicated to highlighting bloggers best posts on stock market related topics so I’m incredibly proud to be hosting this edition of this weekly roundup. C’mon traders, get in on this thing, stop making me have to just read about dividends and sissy (value) investors!
KCLau has a solid post detailing a recession, step-by-step
Fat Pitch Financial tackles my good friend Premier Exhibitions (PRXI)
CurrencyTrading.net lists 20 things caused by high oil prices:
Green Technology Investors takes comfort in rich people being invested in these green stocks
Money Blue Book says to stop looking at the damn ticker all the time!
Forex Strategy Secrets doesn’t deal with stocks, but their post about trading the news is applicable
Forget recession proof, FIRE Finance wants to protect your portfolio from inflation
The Digerati Life isn’t a big fan of playing individual stocks. Maybe he should read my blog more often…
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Trader’s Narrative narrates the Down Jones Industrial Average
Aussie Investors has a very beginner-type post for who else, stock market beginners!
Sox First pulls together a bunch of articles about the sub-prime mess
American Consumer News advises poor people to band together and form investment clubs. Awwwwwww, isn’t that sweet?
My Wealth Builder adds to their portfolio, click here to see their incredible buys!
Contrarian Sissy (I mean Value) Investor has the top 5 moments in Sissy (I mean Value) Investing History
CampusStocks.com reviews Cabot Oil & Gas (COG)
Dividends For Life admits dividend investing ain’t so hot lately
Dividend Growth Investor analyzes John & Johnson (JNJ)
Magic Diligence is in the mood for eggs
I agree with Slacker Wealth that Kraft looks like Krap!
Dividend Money wants you to buy and hold, happy 2008 to you buddy!