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26 September 2008

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to the Friday, September 26, 2008 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the only place you'll find the best posts drawn from the best contributions made by money and business bloggers to money and business related blog carnivals!

Bad behavior defines this edition of OMM! Things like paying for college by turning to prostitution and auctioning off your virginity. Or how about making money by day trading the most distressed stocks in the current credit crisis. And then, there's that matter of trading sex for fish (and AIDS) in Kenya.

To be fair, there are a number of highly redeeming posts in this week's edition as well. All the best posts from the week that was await you below....

On the Moneyed Midways for September 12 and 19, 2008
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Carnival of Debt Reduction If You're Not Using It, Get Rid of It: Ten Ways to Declutter and Put Cash in Your Pocket The Simple Dollar Have you ever looked at your closets and thought "What a lot of junk. I could make some money from that!" Trent did just that, and posts his action plan!
Carnival of Debt Reduction Girl Selling Her Virginity to Pay for College Broke Grad Student Most people in Natalie Dylan's situation would pay off student loans with a portion of the income they earn after getting a job after graduation. The Broke Graduate Student finds her approach to be an unusual way to get money to pay for college.
Festival of Frugality Frugality Trumps Return on Investment Mighty Bargain Hunter Absolutely essential reading! mbhunter's friend had both successes and failures in investing, but found that frugality was the key to getting the best return on his investment in his lifestyle.
Cavalcade of Risk Teach a Man to Fish… and You Kill Off the Next Generation of Women Health Business Blog David E. Williams relates how old customs and poor fish catches are contributing to the spread of AIDS in Kenya. The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Real Estate Phoenix Apartments Search Trends My New Place Matt DiChiara presents the results of his analysis of how the collapse of the housing bubble is affecting the Phoenix rental market.
Festival of Stocks I Just Day-Traded AIG, It's Dangerous & Addicting Blueprint for Financial Prosperity Jim places his bets on the credit crisis-driven swings in volatility of insurance giant AIG, and wins. As he says "I'm such a fool."
Money Hacks Carnival How to Make Your Child a Millionaire! My Family's Money Steward considers the Silicon Valley Blogger's idea to make a child into a millionaire through the power of compound interest, but wonders if the idea is really all that good.
Money Hacks Carnival Invest in Future Top Models Investment Internals The phrase "Markets in Everything" comes immediately to mind in Sherin's post describing how to make money by investing in beautiful people. Absolutely essential reading!

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