Monday, April 3, 2006

This Week's Carnival Of The Capitalists

This week's COTC is up at Jotzel. It's a bit different this time - because of the way the site is set up, you can vote for your favorite piece. Here are some of this week's posts that caught my eye:
In two related posts, Dan Melson at Searchlight Crusade and Barry Ritholtz at The Big Picture discuss the housing bubble.

Jeff Cornwall at Entrepreneurial Mind reminds us that VCs aren't long-term investors

Pacesetter Motgage tells us how to stop credit bureaus from selling your information

Uncle Bill looks into the past and talks about Warrren Buffet's Investing Strategy 25 years ago

Pacesetter Motgage goes into how to stop credit bureaus from selling your information

Buying a house while selling another? You may want to read Nickel's piece on the ins and outs of bridge loans.
As always, look around if you have the time. My interests are different than yours (as is my background). There's always lots of good things at a Carnival, and a piece that didn't do anything for me might be just what you need. Who knows -- you might find a new blog to read.

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