Weekly Link Round-Up For March 25, 2011

This week @blueleaf we linked a number of articles on personal finance and investing. We hope you enjoy the weekly link round-up below.

Are Stocks Too Risky? – Consumerism Commentary

Three Investments To Consider For Your Retirement Portfolio – Money Morning

Retirement Concerns Plague U.S. Baby Boomers – Money Morning

Why Japan Is a Buy – Money Morning

The Scramble For Donor Dollars After A Disaster – Good Intents

More Worries About Companies Staying Private – Felix Salmon

Li & Fung Warns Of End Of Cheap China Goods – Financial Times

U.S. Jobless Claims Decline As Layoffs Slow – Financial Times

Congress May Roll Dice, Legalize Net Gambling – Libertarian Gazette

Target Date Funds – Better Off Doing It Yourself? – Darwin’s Finance

Taxed To Death: A New Stimulus Idea – Money Morning

College Graduates And The Terrible Labor Market – Rortybomb

Single Point Of Failure – Barel Karsan

The Importance Of A Permanent Tax Policy – Financial Samurai

CPI vs. Core Inflation – Cash Money Life

Stimulus Delivers Record Fed Boost – Financial Times

Two Cakes – Baseline Scenario

Earthquake In Japan Rattles U.S. Investors – Investment News

Sick Note – Buttonwood

Fearing The Worst – Buttonwood’s Notebook

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.