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This Week’s Money Carnivals

By: Steve Johnson

10/26/2008 - 13 Comments

This week I participated in one blog carnivals.

Carnival of Personal Finance #175 hosted by Budgets are Sexy

They did an excellent job and, as usual, there are tons of great posts. If you have the time, I highly suggest you skim through this week’s carnivals.

Carnival of Personal Finance

The Carnival of Personal Finance continues to grow with each edition. Thanks to everyone that participated and made this possible.

Our article, " The End Of Capitalism As We Know It." was listed.

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

  • Sara Aase from Cash On The Barrelhead presents Saving is In Again: Thomas Stanley on the Glutton Economy.
  • Andrea from Fools and Sages presents Obama's Immediate Economic Plan. It may sound good during election season, but is a tax free distribution from retirement plans a good idea for Americans in the long run?

AllTop

And finally, we made it into the AllTop’s personal financial blog listing just this week, where many of the top personal financial blogs are includes.

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U.S. Manufacturing: The Engine for Growth in a Global Economy

This volume provides a comprehensive analysis of the essential role of the manufacturing sector of the US economy. The increase in the relative importance of the service sector and the globalization of manufacturing has tended to dull the image of US manufacturing....This volume contains much useful data that has been condensed into tables and charts to provide support to the reader without interrupting the flow of the text.

Freedom: America's Competitive Advantage in the Global Market

Gamble argues that globalization brings far more benefits to the U.S. economy than it takes away. Gamble shows that both Europe and emerging economic powers like China and India have serious long-terms problems linked to their cultures, political structures, occasional instability, and state ownership of companies. These and other factors will eventually put a brake on the economic growth of hot emerging economies. The fundamental protections of property and free speech, a culture that promotes and rewards entrepreneurship, banking policies that make capital easily available, are still more supportive of economic growth and wealth creation than can be found anywhere else.

Crash Proof

Peter Schiff has predicted the economic hardship more accurately then any other economist in the world in this book. Everything from the housing crash to the credit crunch to the stock market. Peter has a plan to help you servive the crash. Peter explains why the Wall Street investment firms are still trying to sell you stocks, and was the house prices are likely to continue to decline for years to come.

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't

Jim Collins attempts to answer the question of how a company can move from Good to Great. He and a team of 20 researchers spent five years and more than 15,000 manhours researching the question, Why Some Companies Make the Leap, Good to Great...and Others Don't. This is a fascinating book as an entrepreneur.