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Sunday Reading – July 21, 2008





From The Money Writers this week:

The Digerati Life gives us the true math in choosing a fuel efficient car in her article “Fuel Efficient Cars In Your Future? Watch For The MPG Illusion

Lazy Man and Money contemplates a new investing strategy in his article “Beauty Holding: Investing in Models?

Generation X Finance explains investor emotion in From the Front Lines: Changing Your Risk Tolerance Based on a Bear Market.

Money Smart Life has a creative article from a guest poster about what the kung fu panda can teach you about personal finance.

Brip Blap gives us 5 ways to learn from others.

The Sun’s Financial Diary shows us how to Add Wind to Your Portfolio with PowerShares Global Wind Energy ETF.

My Dollar Plan has a few professional tips for us in her article “Career Skills: Tips and Strategies for After Your Job Interview.”





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  1. 1. Connie

    Hey, thanks for mentioning the Kung Fu Panda article! I appreciate it. :)

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