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Friday Finance Links November 16, 2012

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I’m looking forward to watching the Packers play the Lions on Sunday from the comfort of our family room.  The

saving and spending

past several games have come opposite the Bears and we’ve had to migrate to the local sports bar to catch the action.

Here are some great articles for your weekend finance reading: 

Personal Finance Blogs 

J.P. explains What is a Trailing Stop Order? at Novel Investor.

Andrea urges Stay at Home Moms: Stop Feeling Like You Have no Say in Your Family Finances at Take A Smart Step.

Steve Stewart asks Seriously, What’s 1 percent gonna do? at Money Plan SOS.

Kevin Mercadante tells us How to Move Your Retirement Savings into High Gear in a guest post at Cash Money Life.

Ken Faulkenberry shares Money Proverbs – 17 Smart Savings at AAAMP Blog. 

John asks Are Large Companies Immune to the Fiscal Cliff? at Frugal Rules.

Posts from Fellow NAPFA members

Jim Blankenship shares Save 1% More Here Are 7 Ways To Do It at FiGuide.com.

Claire Emory outlines Retirement Planning Mistakes To Avoid at Figuide.com.  

Other articles from around the web

Manish Malhotra claims that Annuities get a bad rap at marketwatch.com.

Christine Benz shares A Conservative Retirement Portfolio: The ETF Version at morningstar.com.

Investors Underestimating Retirement Needs, Survey Says at Financial Advisor.

In case you missed it here is my latest post for the US News Smarter Investor Blog Do Mutual Fund Companies Matter? 

Here’s wishing everyone a great weekend.

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Comments

  1. Thank you for the inclusion Roger.

  2. Thanks for the mention Roger, it’s much appreciated! Have a great weekend!

  3. Thank you for the mention! Made my Friday!

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