Thank you for your patience as we were out dealing with a family emergency last week.
We return today with Five Halloween Blogs that We Love. According to the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend some $8.4 billion on Halloween in 2016.
Keep in mind that not all of these are for the kiddies.
Neatorma brings the neatest, weirdest, and most wonderful stuff from all over the web…so they tell us. Check it out.
Halloween Love is a horror blog with a team of writers contributing their work.
The Write Side Shop
Mystic Halloween Blog. It’s bewitching.
Instructables Halloween for when you want to Do it Yourself.
Pumpkingutter.com an amazing gallery of pumpkin carvings. Don’t miss the tutorial if you’re willing to accept the challenge.
Have a favorite Halloween blog or tradition? Share it in the comments below.
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On this day in 1929 the stock market crashed on the New York Stock Exchange. The day became known as “Black Thursday.”
Times may be uncertain, but to help you manage your money, here are five blogs about stocks and investing.
Financial Ducks in a Row
Jim Blankenship, CFP®, EA, is an independent, fee-only financial planner. His blog is primarily dedicated to discussions and information on personal income tax, detailing many of the provisions of IRA and other retirement plan rules, as well as advice, thoughts, and recommendations with regard to pretty much anything financially-related.
INO.com Traders Blog
Go here for some good general market analysis and trading updates as well as guest posts from other stock traders.
A Wealth of Common Sense
Ben Carson, CFA focuses on wealth management, investments, financial markets, and investor psychology.
Joey Fundora is a private trader specializing in swing trading of stocks almost exclusively through the use of technical analysis.
The Lund Loop
Brian Lund has been an independent trader for 25 years offering informative posts sometimes laced with humor.