Wednesday, September 26, 2012

After Hours Carnival of Investing, September 26, 2012 edition



Welcome to the September 26, 2012 edition of After Hours Carnival of Investing. This is the very first of what I hope to be many such carnivals on Investing. Since I'm still new at this, I'm keeping things simple. Each of the posts today focus on investing in general. In the future, I may be defining additional topics or sub topics, but investing itself is such a broad topic that I think I will be leaving
it with that until the need to add more detailed categories arises. And now without further ado, the submissions!

After Hours Carnival of Investing, No. 1


First up, Jon Rhodes presents a very diverse collection of 50 Inspirational Entrepreneurial Quotes posted at Affiliate Help!, saying,
"This article contains a great collection of quotes
to help inspire you in business and investment."
Next we have an honest admission of costly mistake. Joe Morgan presents I Was Wrong About Gold Coins From Blanchard, Rosland And Lear Capital. posted at Simple Debt-Free Finance, saying,
"A few years ago I panned gold coin investments. I was mostly taking aim at the commercials, but I admit I was wrong about gold in one important respect. This is my public admission."
And lastly, The Archivist presents Rinse and Repeat Recessions posted at The Market Archive,saying,
"Recessions will always be with us, understanding their general causes and how they progress can help us prepare for them. Not enough people understand the economic cycle, but it is an important thing to learn before going into the stock market. That is true even if you go with Index Funds, making understanding this absolutely fundamental."
A big thanks to all those who submitted and took part in this inaugural edition of the After Hours Carnival of Investing! That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of After Hours Carnival of Investing using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. The next edition will be on All Hallows' Eve. (A.K.A.: Halloween, October 31st). Submission will be due by Sunday, October 28th. So get writing and submitting!