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Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Carnival time. 46.

The latest Carnival of Personal Finance is up!

Only one post stood out to me this week and it was a post about porfolio allocation.

The Real Returns and his analogy of singles and home runs to stocks. Especially fascinating to me was the calculation that showed how $8000 invested at 10% is equivalent to $1000 invested at 16% (both over 40 years). Unfortunately, he doesn't have the answer as to how to properly allocate one's porfolio with those numbers in mind.

One more thing, I'm going to visit Ninja New York as a follow up to my earlier post about unique dining experiences this weekend. I'll post about it sometime next week!

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