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Updating my BlogRoll and other sidebar items

Posted by billspaced | 5:06 AM | 0 comments »

I'm in the process of updating my BlogRoll and I'd like your help. Send me sites that are money-related that you author and/or find useful. I'd also like your help in finding books and other learning materials that I can post; note, however, that I'd like to -- at the very least -- read the book before I recommend it.

Either submit a comment with the information you'd like me to add to my sidebar, or comment over at MyBlogLog.

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Warren Buffet's actions in the mortgage meltdown

Posted by billspaced | 9:38 AM | , | 0 comments »

This is an article on Motley Fool about Warren Buffet and his buying decisions within the mortgage market. He does not seem fazed by the debacle and seems to indicate that the credit crunch will not be a terrible drag on the economy, though it may linger for 6 months to two years.

That's okay. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, is buying Wells Fargo and other lenders, though he's staying completely away from Countrywide. I wonder if he's buying WaMu?

Buffett's Subprime Bets

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The Ultimate Guide to Traditional and Roth 401(k) and IRA Retirement Accounts | The Dough Roller

Posted by billspaced | 3:04 PM | 0 comments »

Nice article on retirement accounts

The Ultimate Guide to Traditional and Roth 401(k) and IRA Retirement Accounts | The Dough Roller

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Mint: Web application equivalent of Quicken and Money?

Posted by billspaced | 9:59 PM | 0 comments »

There's a new money management application, and it's web-based. It's name is Mint. I'm going to give it a go, since I never seem to get myself organized enough to set up Money or Quicken.

Oh, yeah, Mint is free, too.

Is Mint Ready for Your Money?

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