Monday, June 26, 2006

This Week's Carnival of The Capitalists

This week's COTC is up and running at Financial Methods. It's a big one - 60 entries this time. So, I have a few more "picks of the week" than usual. Here they are:
Moneywise of The Real Returns talks about (appropriately enough, given the name) Breakeven Point Before Real Returns.

Joshua Sharf at View From a Height has a good post on Moriningstar's style boxes in The Morningstar Empire Strikes Back.

Leon Gettler at Sox First discusses the trend of increasing numbers of shareholder resolutions in The shareholders are revolting.

Jonathan at MyMoneyBlog talks about a little known fact of 0% Financing At Retail Stores

We've all heard this before, but FMF at Free Money Finance reviews some of he evidence on the payback form going to college in College is Worth the Expense

Most of us could stand some improvement in our negotiatingskills. Peter Kua at by Peter Kua: Light Speed Personal Development offers some advice to help in 19 Steps to Power Negotiations - Part 2 and 19 Steps to Power Negotiations - Part 3.

Steve Rubel at Micro Persuasion presents UMass Study Identifies the Traits of Successful Bloggers.
As always, look around. There's always lots of good stuff at the Carnival.

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