It’s been a while since I’ve featured an INO.com video here. But if you’re interested in watching a stock trading video, I’d like to present one from the trading and investing site INO.com, which features the behavior of spot gold in recent weeks, along with the big picture for gold over the last 6 years. This short 3 minute video takes a look at gold and discusses the challenging market we face right now. Seems like new highs may not be in the “tea leaves” over the next several months.
Anyway, here is the link for the video. Where do you think gold is headed in the short term?
Personal Finance Articles
For some other money topics, check out what my friends have written about recently:
Wise Bread: Here’s an article defending credit cards. In fact, it was something I wrote over at Wise Bread sometime ago. I give reasons for why I prefer using credit cards over cash. Do you agree with my point of view? Am sure there are a lot of you who don’t; I do agree that credit cards are not for everyone!
Lazy Man and Money: Here’s a guest post from yours truly that asks the question: how much do you really spend? What kind of expense tracking do you do and how aware are you about your spending practices? Surprisingly, not everyone is on the ball on this one.
Len Penzo: In his usual humorous style, Len covers how duct tape can fix your finances. Say what? (I often say this about Len’s work… ). You have to see what he writes, to believe it! It’s hard to find a more creative thinker than Len, as evidenced by this piece.
One Mint: If you’re in India, here are some great places where you can buy gold coins. There was something unexpected in Manshu’s list: the fact that you can buy gold coins in post offices in India!
Online Investing AI: There’s more talk of trading here in this article that discusses how technology is opening new markets and allowing us to trade everything, including results for American Idol and Dancing With the Stars! Now that’s exciting for a couch potato like me!
I joined a few carnivals too, including the Carnival of Personal Finance. All this rounded out a great week in the blogosphere.
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