Festival of Stocks – December 20th 2010 Edition

Welcome to the December 20, 2010 edition of the Festival of Stocks. The Festival of Stocks is a blog carnival dedicated to highlighting bloggers best posts on stock market related topics.

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Getting back to the Festival, George from Fat Pitch Financials was kind enough to let StockTradingToGo host this week’s edition. Out of 20 submissions, 13 (65%) were chosen for inclusion. To start off our my favorites.

*Editor Picks*

Patty Pedersen presents Contrarian Investing: Two Top Stocks for Contrarian Investors.

Michael Pruser presents What is a Blue Chip Stock?

*Other Reads*

Aussie Investor presents Dividend Investing For Beginners.

Dividends4Life presents Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Dividend Stock Analysis.

Mike Piper presents Should I Diversify Among Brokerage Firms?

Mitch Archuleta presents I’m Afraid of Opening a Roth IRA.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Passive Investing vs Active Investing: Strategies For The Stock Investor.

PT presents The Best Index Funds for Retirement Investing.

Mr. Cents presents Another Way To Look at the Stock Market.

Boomer presents Perfect Asset Allocation Doesn’t Exist.

George presents Fat Pitch Financials Portfolio November 2010 Update.

Chris presents What does it mean to be a contrarian investor? (COCO).

Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog presents Are You A Bull Or Bear When It Comes To Dividend Stocks?

Thank you to all the bloggers who participated this week. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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