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May 23, 2005

Their best advice

Amey Stone

PFBlog has been running a series of posts where financial pros offer "The Best Financial Advice I can Give." Part 4 of the series was posted today and you can link to all four from here.

These are time-honored truisms on how to get from nothing to something when you are starting out investing. They are worth remembering.

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Amey --

Thanks for noticing and glad you like them! The articles are from my blog Free Money Finance (www.freemoneyfinance.com). They come from a series of interviews I did with some experts a couple years ago -- and the advice still holds true today.

I appreciate you stopping by! ;-)

FMF

Posted by: FMF at May 24, 2005 07:54 AM

Check out www.freemoneyfinance.com for installment five tomorrow!

Posted by: Amey at May 24, 2005 10:25 AM

Thanks for the information. These are great financial blogs. Beside "The Best Financial Advice I Can Give" from www.FreeMoneyFinance.com I think the 5 principles from www.pfblog.com are time-honoured advice too.

Wish one day my blog can do as well as theirs and yours in my own niche...

Posted by: chen tong at May 29, 2005 12:40 PM

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