Monday, September 22, 2008

Festival of Stocks # 107

I am the proud host of the Festival of Stocks. This is actually the seventh time I have hosted the festival. I received many entries this week on the current financial crisis which is obviously on the minds of many investors.

Stock Analysis

Dividends4Life presents Stock Analysis: McGraw-Hill Companies Inc (MHP) posted at Dividends4Life.

Saj Karsan presents World Wrestling Pays! posted at Barel Karsan.

George presents Buying More Sotheby's posted at Fat Pitch Financials.

Roy Ward presents Problems with Garmin posted at The Iconoclast Investor.

Steve Alexander presents Magic Formula Stock Review: Bare Escentuals (BARE) posted at MagicDiligence - Optimizing Joel Greenblatts Value Stock Strategy.

Martin Roth presents Six new stocks for NASDAQ Clean Edge Index - Green Technology Investor: helping you profit from the world's best green-tech stocks posted at Green Technology Investor.

Jim presents I Just Day-Traded AIG, It’s Dangerous & Addicting posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Andy presents Another Inevitable Government (AIG) Billion Dollar Bailout posted at $aving to Invest.

The Financial Crisis

Joseph Osodi presents COLLAPSE OF GLOBAL STOCK MARKET « Josephekwu’s Weblog posted at Josephekwu's Weblog.

Michael Cintolo presents 10 Observations About This Financial Storm posted at The Iconoclast Investor.

Babak presents Reviewing The Carnage On Wall Street posted at Trader's Narrative.

Alexander presents Watching A Scary Stock Market posted at Wealth Junkies.

LAL presents What a week and it’s not done yet… posted at LivingAlmostLarge.

praveen presents Lehman, Merril Lynch, and AIG Lead to The "Unbubble" posted at My Simple Trading System.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best Places For Your Money When The Stock Market Tanks posted at The Digerati Life.

The Smarter Wallet presents How to Protect Yourself Against the Economic Crisis posted at The Smarter Wallet.

Ironman presents Hey Look - Brownian Motion! posted at Political Calculations.

Ryan Suenaga presents Why Ginnie Mae isn’t in the Same Boat as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac posted at Uncommon Cents.


George said...

Thanks for hosting this week's Festival of Stocks. I loved reading through last week's posts, especially since the market has been back up since then and then back down again today.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for hosting and including my stock analysis.

Best Wishes,