Daily Blogwatch: 10 Investment Ideas for 2011

Some of the best reads for investors from around the Web:

Margin of Safety has 10 investment ideas worth looking at.
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About the time I faked being a respiratory therapist for a week and didn't get caught.
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Why it's safe to buy Citigroup again (C).
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Five reasons Ford stock (F) might be a buy right now.
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Is Mark Cuban living the Google lifestyle (GOOG).
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Apple's (AAPL) big mistake.
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Ten works of literature that were really hard to write.
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Stockerblog has some tax-selling bargain stocks.
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Vladmir Putin actually sings "Blueberry Hill."

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Gumby

If you happen to know someone who is a Wall Street pro and you get great investment tips from him regularly.. Then BULL FOR YOU! If not, pay off your stupid credit card balances first.. This is the smartest money idea above all .. I am so allegric to credit card interest charges... My face swellls whenever I read my credit card charges in statements.!!

December 14 2010 at 2:48 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Gumby

It makes no sense paying sky high interest rates on your credit cards at the same time you are chipping in your 401K accounts or your regular broker accounts. Call and stop contributions until you pay off your credit cards and build up a decent cash balance just enough to keep you from charging your credit cards and paying interest again ever. Wall Street is so hot about VISA, MASTER CARD, DISCOVER AND AMEX STOCKS !! Thanks to your mindless interest payments of 25% annually. you can not make 25% return on same money in stocks consistently. Sure, you get lucky in one or two stocks but the average will be well below that. Pay off your credit cards first before you can entertain the idea of investing in anything about Wall Street.

December 14 2010 at 2:44 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply