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January 30, 2009

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this Friday, January 30, 2009 edition of On the Moneyed Midways, where we've once again reviewed all the business and money-related blog carnivals on the web so that you have more time to focus on the Superbowl this weekend!

Speaking of which, several of this week's money and business blog carnivals featured a Superbowl theme. Bad mistake. There's a yellow flag down on the play. The ref says: "Roughing the reader. Ten yard penalty. Fourth down."

And so, in one short paragraph, we've hopefully demonstrated why Superbowl-themed blog carnivals are a bad thing, because that's the kind of commentary we had to weed through to find the best money and business-related blog posts of the week.

Those posts are awaiting you in the locker room below (no delay of game penalties here!...)

On the Moneyed Midways for January 16, 2008
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Debt Reduction Keeping Up with the Joneses Video ChristianPF Sometimes, it takes a South Park-style cartoon to explain why conspicous consumption ain't all it's cracked up to be.
Carnival of Personal Finance Ten Ways for Teens to Make Money Personal Finance Analyst Since we've shown here at Political Calculations that increases in the federal minimum wage are directly responsible for making hundreds of thousands of jobs for teens disappear, we really appreciate David Lampsen's list of under the table jobs that teens can do to earn pocket money! The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Carnival of Real Estate One Thing Is Clear, Change Is Coming Reveal Real Estate Claudia Gonella is pleased that greater transparency in Central America's real estate markets seems to be in the cards for 2009.
Cavalcade of Risk Mouthwash Boost Oral Cancer Risk by 900% Study Finds Raw Chef Dan Is increased risk of oral cancers the price for fresh breath? Raw Chef Dan surveys an Australian Dental Association study that suggests that the ethanol in mouthwash makes it an astonishingly effective vehicle for the product's apparent carcinogens.
Festival of Frugality Go On, Cut That Cable! Websites for Watching Free TV Full Episodes, Movies and News Online Pecuniarities Penelope Pince reviews the shows and online outlets where you can watch today's newest shows through the Internet for free (or rather, for the cost of your broadband service!)
Festival of Stocks Stock Analysis: Cullen/Frost Bankers, Inc. (CFR) Dividends Value Dividends4Live highlights key investment factors from a more detailed analysis of a bank that "just said no" to the government's TARP money.
Money Hacks Carnival The Really Obvious Thing We All Forget When Borrowing Money Monevator The Investor explains just who it is you're really borrowing from and why your lender is the one who's really paying the price in the arrangement.

Previous Editions

Our running index for 2009 is in the works! In the meantime though, here's all the good old stuff!

  • On the Moneyed Midways - December 19, 2008


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