Carnival of Passive Investing #26 - January 2013 Edition Now Live at My Personal Finance Journey

Monday, February 4, 2013

Carnival of Passive Investing #26 - January 2013 Edition Now Live at My Personal Finance Journey

The 26th (January 2013) edition of the Carnival of Passive Investing is now live on My Personal Finance Journey at the link below.

Carnival of Passive Investing # 26 - January 2013 - What Passive Investing Is and Is Not Edition

Thanks to everyone for participating. Congrats to this month's top 3 picks (shown below)!

1. Darwin presents Dollar Cost Averaging: Actual Results From the Past 10 Years posted at Darwin's Money. 10 Years of Results crunched for how you would have fared if you dollar cost averaged into the market versus a one-time investment. Interesting results!

2. Michael presents Contributing to a Roth IRA When You’re Over the Income Limit posted at Financial Ramblings. Yes, there's an income limit for making Roth IRA contributions. But guess what? There's a very simple workaround that can be used by pretty much anyone.

3. John Schmoll presents Reader Question: Should I Invest in Mutual Funds or ETFs? posted at Frugal Rules. There are various similarities as well as differences between mutual funds and ETFs. If you do some simple homework you can determine which funds are better for you while also keeping down the costs associated with investing.


A big thanks to our participants!. Our host of the next (February 2013 - # 27) edition, scheduled to go live on February 28th, 2013 will be John S at Frugal Rules! Be sure to get your articles in now (see instructions below)!

Since Blog Carnival has ONCE AGAIN started to not work at all recently (most everyone that I know has had technical difficulties), you can use the Blog Carnival HQ submission form clicking here.

Also, I'm currently putting the finishing touches on the hosting schedule for 2013. If you'd be interested in hosting this year, shoot me an email at the following link. Currently, the November and December hosting slots are open!  

Thanks again for tuning in!