Unexpectedly Intriguing!
March 21, 2005

John Winsor at Beyond the Brand is hosting this week's Carnival of the Capitalists. Favorite posts of the week include:

  • Willisms' Will Franklin asks a good question in looking at whether personal accounts can attain solvency for Social Security.
  • The QandO Blog's Dale Franks looks at the effect that Social Security privitization may have on the stock markets. I asked the same question here a while back, so it's nice to see a different take on the potential outcomes.
  • As an MBA student, I can really appreciate Josh Kaufman's Personal MBA Program. I'd go for Josh's program in a heartbeat if it weren't for one thing - having to convince a potential employer that you *really* have the knowledge of an MBA! Alas, until Josh is fully accredited and issues real sheepskin diplomas, I can only recommend the reading list!

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