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Weekend Link Love

Another weekend, another collection of links.  Enjoy.


This week I recommend that you check out the following links.  Presented in the order that I came across them.

  1. Critical Financial discusses the opportunity cost of staying a  job you hate.
  2. Hello Suckers gives us a primer on how to start dividend growth investing.
  3. Financially Integrated explains how different companies play different roles in his portfolio based on market cap and dividend yield.
  4. Money Smart Guides tells us about how buy and hold is the path to wealth.
  5. Narrow Bridge Finance explains how dividend payments work.
  6. My Own Advisor covers some stock market myths.
  7. Krantcents describes how to think like the rich and thus become rich.
  8. Money Beagle posits that higher interest rates will not lead to a recession.  I tend to agree with him.
  9. Freedom 35 Blog comments on the high price of rent in New York City.


Stock Analyses:

  1. Dividend Monk provides an analysis of Waste Management (WM) and Pepsi (PEP) and Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI).
  2. Dividend Growth Investor provides an analysis of Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) and Teva (TEVA).
  3. Passive Income Pursuit provides an analysis of Phillip Morris (PM).


Readers:  How did your week go?

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5 Responses to "Weekend Link Love"

  1. Nice list of weekend posts to read. I read a few of these but there are a couple I plan to check out today. Hopefully you had a great week and enjoy your weekend. My week was great though it did seem to really fly by. Seems like there is not enough time in the day.

    1. MFIJ says:

      There’s never enough time in my weeks as well. Never enough time to get all the work done. And never enough time to take a long enough brake to really relax.

  2. Jim says:

    Thank you for the shout our MFIJ, love the other articles too, thanks for posting them!

  3. krantcents says:

    Thanks for the links, I am good company.

  4. Great reading list and thanks for the mention!


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