Friday, March 24, 2006

Yahoo Finance

Yahoo Finance has this quirk in it's site that it always has a section (I think from Forbes Magazine) devoted to the "Good life." Stuff like "Credit Cards for the Rich," "Most expensive penthouses," and a whole slew of articles that could be titled "Things you'll never have."

Interspersed with that is the financial advice, most of which is sound. It's all about slow, long-term growth while minimizing risks.

What does that mean?

It means that investing is not how to get rich, if that's what you want.


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