Weekly Link Round-Up For June 25, 2010

This week on @blueleafcom we posted links on portfolio allocation, the implications of the BP oil spill, and the replacement of Peter Orzag as the Director of the OMB. Also a few things on the new financial reform bill, credit card regulations, and the extension of the first homebuyer tax credit. The Senate’s been working hard.

Rebalancing and Asset Allocation: Critical For Investing – I Will Teach You To Be Rich

What the Financial Reform Bill means For Financial Advisers – Investment News

Will Elections and a Resignation Open the Door For U.S. Budget Changes? – Money Morning

Making Your Nest Egg Last a Lifetime – CNN Money

Fannie Mae Demonizes the Victims of the Housing Bust – Felix Salmon

High Interest: How to Choose Between Checking, Savings, and CDs – Get Rich Slowly

The Hidden Danger in Your Portfolio – Motely Fool

Why Stock Spills Are Nothing Special – Motley Fool

16 Business Lessons I Learned From Poker – US News: Money

The Wrong Way to Protect Your Portfolio – Motley Fool

Does Income Change Who You Are As a Spender? – My Journey to Millions

Paul Krugman For OMB – Baseline Scenario

Credit Card Regulations: A Win to Customers? Or the End of Credit? – Get Rich Slowly

Is it Better to Buy or Rent? – Moolanomy

Why China’s Foxconn Will Hurt the Economy More Than The Global Oil Spill – Money Morning

Why a Bank Might Like Owning a Hedge Fund – Rortybomb

Four Factors to Consider Before Determining Your Long-Term View on U.S. Stocks – Money Morning

Senate Approves Extension of First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit – Think Your Way to Wealth

Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Set to Lead GM IPO – Reuters

Dead On Arrival: Financial Reform Fails – Baseline Scenario

Have a great weekend!

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John Prendergast John Prendergast is the co-founder and CEO of Blueleaf. He serves on the board of WiredTiger, a developer cloud optimized databases. He is also the founder and organizer of the Lean Startup Circle Boston. In addition to his decade and a half as an entrepreneur, John spent nearly a decade as an investment banker and financial advisor.