Links – 28/04/07

Denver Forclosure video(denverpost)

Property Bubbles(dailyreckoning)

Pondering the U.S. economy’s prospects, the dramatic aggravation of the economic and financial imbalances is most critical. With them, there can never be normal economic growth. The other crucial aspect is the obvious fact that U.S. economic growth depends entirely on the continuation of the frenetic housing bubble.

Stock Market Crash(wise bread)

Just when things start going good somebody wants to spoil the party. Nothing out there right now to torpedo the market but a couple of events that could mess things up around 2010 or 2011. Who cares?–that is light years away, you say.

Debt Stories(iwillteachyoutoberich)

I have $50k in college loans. ~14,000 is at 4.5% interest and is actually a loan my mother took out for me, that i am taking responsibility for, the rest is at 3% interest. ~$400 a month in payments Payments total . I also have $5000 in credit card debt, paying ~$300/month…but it never seems to go away lol

Think like buffet(zenpersonalfinance)

Our gain in net worth during 1997 was $8.0 billion, which increased the per-share book value of both our Class A and Class B stock by 34.1%. Over the last 33 years (that is, since present management took over) per-share book value has grown from $19 to $25,488, a rate of 24.1% compounded annually.

Brazen Careerist Book Review(iwillteachyoutoberich)

That’s why I like the new book by Penelope Trunk, Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success. Penelope writes for the Boston Globe and Yahoo Finance (she’s covered me before), and she has an attitude. I mean that in a good way: Unlike so many books for young people, this one reads like a real person wrote it, not a damn robot. You can actually hear her in her writing. Now, she and I disagree about some career-related things, but she does a great job explaining her reasoning.

Ad server installing(artofmoney)

Sorry all you freeloaders, it’s time this site looked like the rest of the Internet and had an in-your-face money making strategy 🙂 I’ll post more of the how’s and why’s in a few days, but for now, I thought I’d just acknowledge that no, Art of Money hasn’t been sold, or hacked by rogue Google engineers.

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