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A Week's Worth At PFBlog Network #20

Contributed by mm | August 16, 2005 7:25 AM PST

We are happy to introduce another gold channel this week -- "Naked Picks". Our new blogger, pennamed fatboy, intends to bring a blog that showcases how to think of stock investing, and how individual investment decisions are being made. Within a week, he already turned in many amazing pieces. Take a look:

How he picks stocks
• Stock Analysis: Berkshire Hathaway, First Cash Financial Services, Markel Corp
• "The Empire of Pigs Strikes Back"
• An analysis on a real life example of Robert Allen's real estate investing strategy.
Don't invest like Peter Lynch.

Now don't miss some of the best articles from last week too!


Bloggers' Personal Stories

• For Jim, U-Haul is unreliable and dishonest.
• Fatboy briefly reviewed how he started to learn investing, and why motivational books like rich dad series is a waste of money.
• MM just filed his 2004 federal tax return. Take a look at what he learned.


Personal Finance News and Resources

• All Things Finance introduces the new Saving for College series: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. (Related: PFBlog's original 10-part series of college saving.)
• Free Money Finance is starting a "The Best Financial Book I've Ever Read". Read the first recommendation: "track budget in spreadsheet.
• FMF discussed three ways to keep track of your spending: the envelope system, the ledger system, and electronically.


Personal Finance Tips

• Ever heard of Don Lapre and his "Greatest Vitamin In The World?" It is yet another pyramid scheme.
A serious look at Craiglist and why you should try it too.
• Confused about personal finance? Find a mentor.
• In today's world, you will never be safe from identity theft, even after death.
• Here are ten quick steps to avoid investing fraud.
• The contrarian view: why you don't have to subscribe to financial magazines.

(By the way, as a little milestone, our main blog "My Personal Finance Journey", has more than 800 posts now!)

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