Do you know what an exchange traded fund is? It’s like a mutual fund you can trade like a stock, it’s crazy. So, how do you buy an ETF? JLP writes all about it, so check it out.
Have you ever considered being an investment banker? If you can see past the bundles of money, you’ll probably see the “Alcoholism. Depression. Heart disease due to stress. Delusions of failure.”
If you just opened up a bank account, you’ll probably want at least one check book. So, Nickel wrote up a bit on how to order checks without getting ripped off and scammed.
If you’ve ever taken a Myers-Briggs test, you’ll probably remember what you “were.” Me? I took one at my last job and I was an ENTP (Extraversion, Intuition, Thinking, Perceiving), but MBH recently wrote a piece about how this would matter with respect to your personal finance.
Have you ever been the victim of identity theft? Hopefully not, but you should still read this brief post about the best place to report identity theft.
Are Payday loans a threat to National Security? LAMoneyGuy writes about an interesting USA Today article about how military servicemen and women were more likely to take pay day-type loans and which come with a high fee and high interest rates, it’s an interesting bit of information I didn’t know about.
Lazy Man and Money, who will be hosting the Festival of Frugality next week, writes a brief post about how Boston Sports Club keeps charging him even though he’s moved and went through the pains of canceling in the first place.