Carnivals and links for the current week.
Featured links for the week of December 7.
Is Journalism, as suggested by the Washington Post’s Michael Gerson, dying a slow death? Or is Mr. Gerson simply being melodramatic? The issue boils down to how you define journalism. If journalism- in the mold of the traditional magazine and newspaper journalism- is dying, is that the end of news? Tough questions, for sure, but what is the goal of media? To train journalists?
Great article links for the week.
Carnivals and links for the week.
Carnivals and featured links for the week.
One pays a dividend, has enterprise value, and has the potential for growth. One is a piece of metal long accepted as a store of value. Which one do you invest in: gold (or silver) mining stocks, or gold (or silver!) itself?
A collection of links and carnival hosts for the week.
Ready for a Generation Y surprise? From U.S. News and World Report comes this report (using a Scottrade study) about the attitudes of Generation Y investors mid (post?) recession. Yes, instead of running scared from ticker symbols to the safety of buried backyard treasure, Generation Y is taking the recession in stride- even increasing their investments despite the plunge.
The Money Hacks carnival for the week hosted a DQYDJ article. Check it out!