Wandering Reading #1

Today marks our first Wandering Reading post. I was thinking about posting the entire Problogger Top 5 list, but instead I’ve included a summary list (from Grad Money Matters) and here is the main list if you would like to keep busy for the entire long weekend.

  1. The Top 5 Ways to Become a Millionaire by Jeremy
  2. The Top Five Steps to Grow Your Net Worth by FMF
  3. Top 5 Ways To Save Money Without Noticing by jim
  4. Top 5 Reasons Personal Finance Blogs Are Better Than The Media by Canadian Dream
  5. Top 5 Reasons To Save For Retirement Now! by Retire Happy
  6. Top 5 Reasons I Started and Continue A Personal Finance Blog by Sun
  7. Top 5 Good Reasons to Sell a Stock by Q
  8. Why Your Mom is the Engine of Growth in the Global Economy by Ben
  9. Top 5 Financial Tips for Recent Graduates by Elizabeth
  10. Five Reasons That Credit Cards Rock and Debit Cards Suck by nickel
  11. 5 ways to reduce your car’s fuel consumption (and save you money) by Scott Bird
  12. Top 5 Obsessions Of A Finance Blogger: Stuff I Like And How It Affects My Wallet by Silicon Valley Blogger
  13. How to Budget for a New Baby – 5 Top Tips by Maria Crickett
  14. Top 5 Ways to Save Money While in School by Brett McKay
  15. Top five ways to kill your retirement dreams by mbhunter
  16. More Money: 5 Ways to Earn Extra Cash in Your Spare Time by J.D. Roth
  17. 5 Steps To Improve Your Credit Score by derek
  18. Top Five Reasons to Index Your Portfolio by Canadian Capitalist
  19. The 5 Smart Things To Do When You Purchase An Item With A Warranty by Dana
  20. Top 5 Paths to a Million Dollars by Lazy Man and Money
  21. Top 5 Mistakes Made By Real Estate Investors During the Housing Bubble by Joshua Dorkin
  22. Top 5 Ways To Go Broke by Nirav Desai
  23. A simple Top 5 trading/investing checklist by Falkor
  24. Top 5 Wealth Secrets by Chee Kui
  25. Top 5 Tips for the College Grad by Kim Roach (Not really “personal finance”, but great advice for recent grads!)

3 thoughts on “Wandering Reading #1”

  1. I also participated in the top-5 project, however my post is Canadian specific. Lesson learned.

    If interested, you can read my post also.

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