Searchlight Crusade discusses what to do if you think you've been sold a bad mortgage.As always, look around. There's always lots of good stuff at the COTC, and my picks might not be what trip your trigger.
This one made me do a triple (not double) take. Roth & Company start out with : "Two women are donating kidneys to each other's husbands. ... they may have taxable income from the swap"
Going Private discusses why merger arbitrageurs haven't made a great returns recently. The main reason? The market for "corporate control" has become more efficient.
Photon Courier discusses some recent academic research that shows that investors switch in and out of mutual funds at the worst times.
James Hamilton at Econbrowser examines near term oil supplies.
Big Picture, Small Office recounts a few lessons he learned from watching a master negotiator.
Monday, March 06, 2006
This Week's Carnival Of The Capitalists
This week's COTC is up at Free Money Finance. As usual, there are a lot of good posts in many different areas. Here are some that caught my eye: