Behold! A small list of articles that you should be reading.
This week I recommend that you check out the following links. Presented in the order that I came across them.
- Dividend Growth Investor writes about looking for bargains in the current overvalued market.
- Narrow Bridge Finance uses the analogy of the underpants gnomes to explain entrepreneurship. Short, funny, and insightful. All in one blog post.
- The Financial Economist posits that you might not want to invest in Canada, he cites the resource economy, the Canadian housing bubble, and Canada’s general lack of competitiveness.
- The First Million is the Hardest shares a list of reasons why you might want to selling an investment.
- The Financial Economist writes about why public pension funds are headed for disaster. The can can (not a typo) only be kicked down the road for so long before it hits a wall.
- The Financial Economist hits a double this week with his post about how earning’s season affects stock price.
- Wealth Informatics returns after a substantial hiatus with a post on where and how to find a house to buy. Worth reading, because it’s probably longer and more comprehensive than some book chapters on the subject. In other words, you might learn something.
- Financially Integrated explores whether there are any retail dividend paying companies that are worth investing in.
- Dividend Monk provides an analysis of Digital Realty Trust (DLR).
- Dividend Growth Investor provides an analysis of Dr. Pepper Snapple Group (DPS).
Readers: How did your week go?
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