Monday, December 05, 2005

Carnival of Personal Finance 25

The 25th Carnival of Personal Finance is up over at Frugal Underground. Some good articles over there, check it out. I like the new sorting by word count too...interesting.

One very interesting article is Debunking the Fallacy of Index Funds at Searchlight Crusade. I am not yet sure what to make of this article as I am a believer in Index Funds being the core of my investment strategy. Maybe we can work on an article about that article coming up soon.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous FMF said...

THe WSJ had an article yesterday that says the exact opposite (that index funds are the way to go.) I'm with them.

12/06/2005 2:59 PM  
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