Million Dollar Journey did a wonderful job hosting The Carnival of Personal Finance #126. For those readers not familiar with the CoPF, it's where personal finance bloggers submit their best articles of the week with one blog doing the hosting. The entries are separated into categories including Real Estate, Investing, Tax Talk, Debt/Credit, Career, Economy, Saving/Frugality, Money Management and General Finance.
This week's Carnival included my Stock Analysis of ACAS. I enjoyed reading 6 Tips for a Debt Free Christmas by Christian Personal Finance, 25 Ways I Save Money by Cash Money Life, Because of Dollar Cost Averaging, I Am Happy When My Stock Investment Portfolio Goes Down by Money Blue Book, 51 Painless Money-Saving Tips by The Dough Roller and Investing Mistakes to Avoid by Personal Financier .
There are some really good articles there, please take time and read a few of them.
Full Disclosure: Long ASCS. See a list of all my dividend growth holdings here.
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