Weekly Link Round-Up For July 23, 2010

We just figured, why waste time and money writing a million posts when we can just use our powers of selectivity and link you to all the right places? We’ve got to spend the time making our product spectacular. We leave the rest to the pros.

This week @blueleafcom, we posted the following articles. “Barriers To Earning More Money” is my personal favorite.

How Much House Can You Afford – Money Smart Life

Saving America’s Middle Class – The Return of Frugality – Frugal Dad

Barriers To Earning More Money – Studenomics

The High Cost of Being Single – Five Cent Nickel

P/E Ratios – Consumerism Commentary

Effects On The Recession On America’s Personal Finances – My Dollar Plan

The Mental Anchor Of Money Mistakes – NYT Bucks

The Future of Social Security – Five Cent Nickel

The Spill May Be Over, But BP Sports Nasty Wounds – Motley Fool

The Five Minute Rule – Bargaineering

Need A Mortgage? Don’t Get Pregnant – New York Times

Developing Multiple Streams Of Income – The Digitari Life

Senate Is Set To Extend Aid To The Jobless – New York Times

A New Age In The History of Energy – Money Morning

Wealth Preservation Strategies Of The Rich – Monevator

Watch The Clock Of Investment Cycles – Financial Times

The New Financial Regulation Law And Your Money – Consumerism Commentary

Got Company Stock Options? Here’s How They Work – The Digitari Life

How Banks Make Money – Cash Money Life

Test Your Investment Instincts – Kiplinger

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.
  • Ben

    Thanks for mentioning our article on how much house you can afford! One note, the site name isn't correct, it's published at Money Smart Life.

    I hadn't run across the BlueLeaf site before, looks interesting, I'll have to request a preview.