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How can your kids aid you solve your debt problems?

Wednesday, 2 March 2011, 13:22 | Managing Debt | 0 Comment
by Numan

Guest post written by Martha Jackson. This is not that debts are grown-up things. You can include the whole family in your debt solutions. Just try to tell your kids and family about the debt problems you’re facing so that they can help you with the financial problems. You can also go for debt consolidation […]

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6 Figures at 28, Leveraged portfolios & causation @ The RoundUp

Saturday, 14 November 2009, 5:39 | Economics | 0 Comment
by Numan

The better posts from fellow bloggers this past week include: The Financial Fallacy of Patterns, Causation & Correlation @ The Financial Philosopher Great post. The problem with patterns runs even deeper. Even if a pattern has been spotted it says nothing as to the related causality. Correlation is the bane of many of the social […]

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What is the Recommended Investment Strategy for Household Investors?

Saturday, 16 May 2009, 4:10 | Economics, Investing, Risk Management | 0 Comment
by Numan

I’ve promised to update you, my readers, on my investment decisions. I’ve decided. After months of deliberation I’ve finally decided on getting my feet wet again and bought some stocks on Monday. As readers of The Personal Financier know I am a big fan of investment vehicles that track certain indices such as index funds […]

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The Carnival of Money Stories Edition #90 – Happy Holidays Edition

Monday, 22 December 2008, 1:20 | Economics | 0 Comment
by Numan

The 90th Edition of the Carnival of Money Stories Hosted @ The Personal Financier Merry Christmas Welcome readers to this edition of the carnival of money stories hosted here, at the personal financier. This December the three dominant monotheistic religions are celebrating their holidays and I thought it would be appropriate to use it as […]

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How I Saved $2,000 by Being Creative and What Else Did I Discover

Friday, 17 October 2008, 14:28 | Budgeting, Money Saving Tips, Psychology | 0 Comment
by Numan

The before and after pictures of my latest experiment are attached but there was so much more to the process. The straw that broke this camel’s back was a cream “oven painted” M.D.F bed and dresser priced at a whopping $2,400. We’ve been looking for a new bedroom for quite some time now but haven’t […]

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How to Recognize a Bull Trap

Monday, 13 October 2008, 22:16 | Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

Listen carefully. Can you hear the snap? The sharpest daily surge in the Dow since 1932 will hopefully prove me wrong, although I doubt it. It usually happens eventually, a strong (very strong) green day after a stormy streak of bright red days that surprised even the most pessimistic individuals. It just couldn’t get any […]

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Carnival of Personal Finance #170 – Famous Last Sentences Edition

Sunday, 14 September 2008, 16:07 | Economics | 0 Comment
by Numan

I thought quite hard about what could serve as a good theme for this edition of The Carnival of Personal Finance hosted here at The Personal Financier. I hope you’ll enjoy the theme I chose at the end. With over (what seemed to be) one million submissions I can proudly say I enjoyed hosting the […]

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Small Cities and Net Worth, Misconceptions, and Hanging on to Gas Guzzlers? @ The RoundUp

Sunday, 3 August 2008, 8:04 | Economics | 0 Comment
by Numan

The customary weekly roundup I hope you have found my new initiative helpful and interesting. The following are some of the more interesting reads from top business papers: Shipping Costs Start to Crimp Globalization @ NY Times – Gas and oil price levels are significantly reducing the attractiveness of imports in favor of local goods. […]

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