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July 14, 2007

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this Saturday, July 14, 2007 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the blogosphere's weekly review of the best posts from the most recent editions of the best of the world of business and money-related blog carnivals!

Every week, we read hundreds of blog posts contributed to dozens of money and business-related blog carnivals, seeking out the very best posts in each carnival. The best post we find wins the title of being The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM) Posts that come near that level are awarded the title of being Absolutely essential reading!(TM)

The best posts of the week that was await below....

On the Moneyed Midways for July 14, 2007
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Carnival of Fraud Detecting Fraud SOX First Leon Gettler reveals the tell-tale signs of fraud found by forensic examiners in a recent study. Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of Money Stories What to Do with $4.32 in the Wells Fargo Checking Account and Bills to Pay MoneyNing Ning considers the options when there's just not enough cash in your checking account and you have bills you need to pay.
Carnival of Real Estate Stocks versus Real Estate Investments Worldwide Success David of Worldwide Success examines where real estate might have an advantage over stocks as an investment vehicle.
Carnival of Shopping The Wal-Mart Dilemma - To Shop or Not to Shop? Money, Matter, and More Musings Golbguru wonders if shopping at Wal-Mart is such a good idea, and asks a lot of very interesting questions about whether Wal-Mart is good or bad for the economy. Worth reading for the comments too!
Carnival of the Capitalists Outraged at Oil Companies, but Not Chicken Farmers? Breaking the Shackles of the 9 to 5 Even though chicken prices have increased more than gas prices from March through July, people aren't upset at chicken farmers the way they are at the oil companies - but when it comes to being an investor, the same fundamentals apply! Absolutely essential reading!
Carnival of the Capitalists Massive Mass Ifs (Part 1) InsureBlog Hank Stern does the math that shows why the health care reform that presidential candidate Mitt Romney implemented in Massachusetts will ultimately fail.
Festival of Stocks Lessons in Contrarian Investing from Peter Lynch College Analysts Mark Perkins looks to model legendary fund manager Peter Lynch's investing style in scanning for cheap growth stocks.
Personal Development Carnival The Law of Attrations Should be Renamed the Law of Distraction Renovate Your Life with Craig Craig Harper has some issues with the Law of Attraction and argues that it distracts people from pursuing change principles that actually work. Absolutely essential reading!
Small Business Issues How to Overcome the Biggest Obstacle to Your Success Debra Moorhead Debra Moorhead identifies the single biggest obstacle to your success and three things you can do to move past it. Quite simply, The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Small Business Issues Respecting Your Competition The Freestyle Entrepreneur What you say about your competitors can either clinch a sale or cost you business. Bill Sheridan describes the lessons he's learned in how to talk about his competitors with prospective clients.

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