Posted on | August 29, 2013 | Comments Off on Tax Carnival Ecstasy – August 29, 2013
Welcome to the August 29, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with a look at the rear risk of investing in the stock market by Matt Becker. Todd has a nice guide to target retirement funds on his blog Fearless Men. Finally Bill Smith looks at Carl Icahn investing in Apple Inc. Hope you like the articles, share them on Facebook, tweat about our carnival and come back next time.
Matt Becker presents The Real Risk of Investing in the Stock Market posted at Mom and Dad Money, saying, “Investing in the stock market carries with it a very large risk, one that is rarely talked about in the financial media. Today I want to address that risk head-on so we can all understand exactly what we’re getting into when choosing to invest in the stock market.”
John Schmoll presents Investing in Stocks: Are You a Trader or Investor? Plus a Giveaway! posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “There are various strategies investors can implement in the stock market yet many do not stop to think which is best for them. This lack of preparation can significantly undermine their investing efforts and hinder their attempts to grow wealth and save for retirement.”
Todd presents The Short and Sweet Guide to Target Retirement Funds posted at Fearless Men, saying, “How to make Target Retirement Funds work for your financial stability and retirement. Invest now and invest early!”
Bill Smith presents Carl Icahn Invests in Apple Inc. posted at FastSwings, saying, “It wasn’t too long ago that the drop in Apple stock seemed like it would not stop as the price dropped all the way down to $400 a share after the death of legendary CEO Steve Jobs.”
Todd presents Maximize Your Federal Tax Withholding Allowance And Keep Your Own Money posted at All Things Finance, saying, “Read from JW on how to not be stupid with next years withholding. He knows what’s up: trader for 14 years. Series 7 & 63 licensed. Masters in Financial Management. Teacher of 100+ hours of financial education classes.”
Bill Smith presents Does Chromecast Make Google A Good Investment? – FastSwings.com posted at FastSwings, saying, “Even if you don’t consider yourself particularly well-informed with regards to the stock market, the financial success and industry dominance of Google as a company is enough for most people to throw their money behind it.”
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