Well an eventful week all around with the Western economies all on the brink of collapse and me reaching a milestone of sorts, and it’s all summed up with my catch phrase for the week.
Around the blogs we read the following:
- Michael James writes about Lessons Learned from the Great Depression, where he asks two very pointed questions at the end of the post, that we must all think about.
- The Canadian Capitalist asks a timely question (especially for me) Thinking About Worst Case Scenarios, where he outlines some points to think about in these hard times, especially if you think you might lose your job.
- Larry MacDonald points out that The Stock Market Hates You!, gee thanks Larry, way to cheer me up with the headline!
- My Money Blog talks about Current Market Conditions: His Opinions, where he outlines maybe we should just all stop watching so closely? It’s kind of like asking someone not to watch a 300 car pile up going on outside of their house, but not bad advice.
- Gail Vaz-Oxlade talks about how Credit Limits Going Down, not just credit rates, but limits too! Read on, as the sage of savings straightens you out.
- Free Money Finance points out How The Rich Get Poor, interesting in these times that there are still spendthrifts out there.
- I even had a momentous moment with Posting Number 1000 this week, which is funny given the futility of things sometimes, but I am still at it, for now.