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Listed in Carnival of Personal Finance #154

By: Steve Johnson

5/27/2008 - 23 Comments

Our article, "How Inflation Will Change Things" was listed in the Carnival of Personal Finance #154 on Monday.

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

What I found ironic was that the articles that projected the most hope that the economy will return to growth were more likely to appeal to the readers and more likely to be listed at the top.  Like this article by Amateur Asset Allocator Will the Falling Dollar Cause Inflation?, which suggests that inflation is not going to be that high and will be short lived.  Everyone wants someone to tell us that everything is going to be all right and that the economy to going to return to growth.  For the same reasons that Obama continues to gain popularity, everyone is looking for hope. Hope sells. 

Here are a few other articles that I found interesting.

You can read through the list of article at Carnival of Personal Finance #154.

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