This Week's Carnival Of The Capitalists
Since today is Monday, it must be time for the COTC. This week's Carnival is up at Casey Software. There are a lot of good pieces, but here are the ones I enjoyed most:
In The Art of the Handshake, Steve Mertz talks about the importance of a "good" handshake.That's it for this week. Check around to see what else is there, since there's always an amazing selection of things at the COTC.
Random Thoughts discusses Getting a "Stop Doing" list.
Dan Melson at SearchLight Crusade talks about Debt Consolidation Refinance - Pros and Cons. As always, Dan has an extremely informative post, with things you can actually use.
Perry at Eidelblog asks a very good question: If your compensation isn't enough, why do you work there? If a person had a better option, they would take it.
The Net Worth Blog points out that “past performance is not an indicator of future performance" in Beware Historical P/E.
VoluntaryXchange breaks down zero-coupon bonds (and their tax implications) in The Phantom Tax and IRS Pinheads. Don't hold back - tell us what you really think, Dave.