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Weekend Link Love

Just a simple collection of links to some of the excellent blog posts that tickled my fancy over the last week or so.  Enjoy!

First, some good news for the blog, my post detailing my money mistakes was featured in the Carnival of Personal Finance #397 – Favorite Superbowl Commercials – January 28th, 2013 MONSTER Double Edition.  I even made the editor’s pick list.  I’m humbled.

Onward to the weekly linkage.  Presented in the order that I came across them.

  1. Johnny Moneyseed’s 7 year plan for early retirement.
  2. Financial Samurai described how structured notes work.
  3. Dividend Mantra sold Abbot and AbbVie.
  4. Financially Integrated talked about the tax advantages of dividends.
  5. Budgets are Sexy explained the debt to income ratio.
  6. Club Thrifty discusses credit card churning.
  7. Passive Income Pursuit talked about dealing with dividend cuts.
  8. Wealth Informatics’ guide to converting your skills into a freelance business.
  9. The First Million is the Hardest discussed the value of free time.

Stock Analyses:

  1. Dividend Monk provides an analysis of General Mills.
  2. Passive Income Pursuit published an analysis of VF Corporation.

Readers:  How did your week go?  Mine was crazy busy.

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11 Responses to "Weekend Link Love"

  1. Thanks for mentioning my post!

    1. Holly,

      Thanks for stopping by. Your post on credit card churning was interesting. I learned a bit from it. Keep up the good work.

  2. Thanks! Love the linkage. Definitely a nice welcome into the blogging community.

    1. Johnny,

      No problem. I liked your aggressive retirement strategy. Keep it up.

  3. Integrator says:

    Thanks for the link Myfi! Congrats on your mention in the finance carnival as well. You have some great content on this site.

    1. First Million,

      Thanks for stopping by! And no problem, it was a great post!

  4. Thanks for the links MFIJ! Looks like your blog has really started to take off. And congrats on the mention in the finance carnival. That’s quite an honor.

    1. JC,

      I really enjoy your stock analyses. I hope that one day mine can get to that level of thoroughness.

  5. says:

    My Fi,

    Thanks for sharing my link! Glad your blog is getting off to a strong start.

    Looking forward to following your journey. :)

    Best wishes!

  6. Laurie says:

    Great posts! The First Million’s “Value of Free Time” is one of my favorites. Have a great weekend!

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