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October 13, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this special Friday, October 13, 2006 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the web's weekly round-up of the top posts from the blogosphere's major business and money-related blog carnivals! Each week, we award one post with the title of being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM), so if you read nothing else this week, you should at least read our top pick!

Actually, now that we think about it, The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM) is really just what we think is the best of the best, so you should read them all! Just scroll down for the best posts of the week that was....

On the Moneyed Midways for October 13, 2006
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Carnival of Career Intensity How to Get More Done by Doing Less Jack Yoest Jack Yoest says a "Day of Rest" does more to get things done that continuously working. Is he right?
Carnival of Debt Reduction Credit Card Balance Transfers: The Art of Moving Debt Money Under 30 David provides advice and a how-to for consolidating credit card debt while taking advantage of low introductory rates.
Carnival of Home Business 4 Things to Consider About Your Home-Based Business Structure Success from the Nest Should you set up your home-based business as an LLC? An S corp? Or maybe as a sole proprietorship? The NestGuy outlines the basics of what you need to know.
Carnival of Personal Finance Foolarch's Laws of Real Estate [de]Valuation folleyball Is your neighborhood cluttered with liquor stores, payday loan outfits and auto audio establishments? Foolarch shows how each of these businesses contribute to low property values.
Carnival of Real Estate "The Proof Is In the Puddin'" Range Pricing Part 1,275! active rain Bryant Tutas sheds light on how emotions can influence purchasing decisions for big ticket items, and how a sharp real estate agent could cash in!
Carnival of the Capitalists Why Smart Companies Do Dumb Things Signal Without Noise Guy Kawasaki points out all the factors that go into bad business decisions, then offers advice on how to avoid the traps.
Cavalcade of Risk Managing Business Risk The Home of Sourcing Innovation Would your business survive a major disruption? Michael Lamoureaux demonstrates how Business Continuity Planning can reduce risk in the face of natural or man-made disaster in The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Festival of Stocks Deficient Market Hypothesis Margin of Safety Mr. Market advances his revolutionary theory of the Deficient Market Hypothesis - suggesting how a contrarian approach to the underlying theories behind the Efficient Market Hypothesis might be used to successfully grow one's investments.
Investing Carnival Options 101 Million Dollar Count Down Do you know what calls or puts are - or how they work? The Million Dollar Count Down provides a great introduction to these trade vehicles.
Personal Development Carnival How to Increase Your Value by Tracking Your Time Unleash Your Potential My Bubble Life reveals how a humble activity log can help you eliminate wasteful activity in favor of more valuable applications of your time.
Personal Growth Carnival Swallow That Frog! MattHutter.com We admit we selected this post purely on the title alone! Then again, Matt Hutter has a really good point….
Wealth Building Ideas Hit 'Em Where They Ain't Ask Uncle Bill Uncle Bill provides invaluable career advice on how to get ahead by standing out in a crowd.

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