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December 25, 2005

Growing on trees

Kabbalah Money doesn’t grow on trees - Yes, it does

50 Smartest things to do with your money: How to earn more, save more, invest better, spend wisely & protect your family

Uber Premium. luxury is about status (consuming the best or the most is one of the few surefire ways to establish one's status in a mature consumer society), and it's about fat margins (as consumers are willing to pay just about anything for two things: sex and status)

Don Lepre’s Ultimate Road to Riches

Questions for Matthew Lesko, the question-mark-man:

Q: Who is your target demographic?
A: People who have $40

“I'd rather be rich than stupid.” How many people in the US earn over $25 million a year in pre-tax income?

Can money buy happiness?

SE Asia Expenses. Dealing with new currencies is fun and frustrating, but I love the magical moment when I think to myself: "Well, then, how many Ringgits or Zlotych (currency converter) is this US$20." After about 2 or 2.5 weeks of mugging around, local currency becomes second nature. Even though they seem like strange and king-sized bills, reverting back to the good ole' USD happens pretty fast, though. (From Maya’s Micronomicon)

I am on vacation and am possibly writing on my new Moving to New Zealand blog. This item had been pre-posted for your enjoyment. Many More Unusual Stories about Money Here

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I love your site and your ideas about money growing on trees. I'm wondering if you might give us your thoughts on mortgage rates and if we're going to have a soft landing or a hard landing. I'm also wondering, if you don't mind me asking, how much traffic your site gets?

Posted by: We List Homes 4 Less at Dec 25, 2005 10:53:45 PM

Cool links on money. Liked all the links you have provided...I wonder how you go around collecting these sometimes whacky links? Or do folks send these to you?

Either way, great job!


Posted by: Castor at May 12, 2006 11:26:57 AM

You should sell this information in a ebook or something man...monetise as they all say ;)

Posted by: Parker at Jul 7, 2006 6:08:25 AM