I’m sitting here in my hotel room after yet another day in San Diego, and I have the traveling blues. Maybe some good personal finance blog posts will cheer me up.
Dollar Cost Averaging And Assumptions This is a very nice article about the underlying assumptions people make when it comes to using dollar cost averaging. I’m doing this myself for long-term investing (either my upgrade home – when I haven’t even bought my first one yet – or for an early retirement) so it’s useful to think about assumptions. (@ mighty bargain hunter)
Search Amazon For Deals Up To 90% Off Not much for reading, but a really really good resource for bookmarking. (@ consumerist)
10 Ways To Save Money On Books I don’t entirely agree with this whole list (there are ways to “game” new releases that can make them cheaper than paperbacks, for example), but it’s well worth reading if you’re a book addict. Plus, I harass J.D. (the author of the blog) in the comments a little. (@ get rich slowly)
My Experiences At Quixtar Recruitment Getting Green deconstructs the multi-level marketing recruitment process quite well. I discovered this blog recently and I’m quickly becoming a fan. (@ getting green)