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Investing Made Simple- Free till 1st October 2009

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freestuff image by David Silver at "http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidsilver/3468215095/" Saw this link to a free e-books about investing from one of the blog’s I read regularly, Get Rich Slowly. It is a link to a pdf version of an e-book to be published soon but which the author has kindly made available for free. You can get it from his website Investing Made Simple.

I read about 10 pages and found it well written and it could just start you on the road towards investing. It will be taken down on the 1st of October so if you like some valuable that is free, please go and download it and read it at your leisure on your iPhone or smart phone while going to home or going to work.

Another blogger, Frank Curmudgeon of Bad Money Advice, who’s blog I read regularly on Google Reader talks about 5 lessons of the Great Recession We Probably Won’t Learn.

If you don’t know what is a RSS aggregator, setting up a google account and reading blogs and other news article on Google Reader will slowly wean you off the one sided news that you get in Singapore from the sole newspaper company.

You can get great news from Guardian, Telegraph from UK, Wall Street journal, BBC news etc. From all these news, I get to scan the titles of the articles written and click on those that I’m interested to read further.

Lots of free stuff to get you started on your road to Financial Freedom :)

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