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Interesting Links – December 29, 2006

Living Intentionally – Living Cheap

  • An interesting perspective on living frugally.

The Regift: Friend or Foe?

  • A great idea on how to give unwanted gifts (like from your aunt or uncle) to someone else. Just make sure not to give it back to the original gifter. :) Great way to save some money over the holidays.

Some Benjamin Graham Stock Picks

  • I’m a big fan of value investing Graham or Buffet style. Here are some picks from an article on StingyFinance.com.






3 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. 1. Vicks

    I am a big fan of the Buffet style of investing as well, those are come incredibly useful ways of picking stocks, and as Warren as always said, invest in what you understand.

  2. 2. Nick

    I’m pretty bad when it comes to regifting. I regifted several of the presents that I received on Xmas Eve and pawned them off to relatives on Christmas morning :O

  3. Nick,

    That is hilarious but gives me ideas for next year. ;)

    FT

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