Welcome to the eleventh edition of the Cavalcade of Risk. I'd like to thank Hank Stern the owner of this carnival for letting us host it. Second I'd like to thank all of you for visiting Hill's Personal Finance . This site is dedicated to sharing financial strategies with my clients and prospects at Hill Asset Management., a full service investment brokerage firm working business owners and their families to make their money work as hard for them as they did for it.
For my readers the Cavalcade of Risk is a group of posts from various blogs about risk. Most of these posts are on insurance or risk management. Some posts have to do with other forms of risk like investment risk or opportunity risk. I hope you enjoy this weeks Cavalcade of Risk.
Bill Losapio presents Market Microbursts - Why you should've seen the Housing Bubble coming posted at lwilliamlosapio.com
Renthusiast ask the question is investing in an North African archipelago a safe investment in Spotlight on Cape Verde
This cavalcade of Risk has three postings from Micheal Cannon at cato-at-liberty.org . The first one is about the Cost Vs. Spending in medical costs. The second about Medicaid and the freemarket movement. His third posting is about the cost factor of employer sponsored health benefits in The Fog is Getting Thicker.
Bill Halper discusses Logic and the Madness of Crowds with HSAs
Julie Ferguson writes After the Dust Settles: Liability versus Immunity in the 9/11 Clean Up
Joe Kristan from Roth & Co. P.C. presents YET ANOTHER TAXPAYER AMT-INCENTIVE STOCK OPTION DEFEAT
Predicting the Future by John Buehler at Rebuilding Eden
Victor Kam at Towards a Better Life submits The Risk Of Missed Opportunities
Wenchypoo gives us A Nutrition Label Epiphany (L-O-N-G) or how to avoid running the risk of eventual death by bad fats and bad food choices
Kevin Surbaugh, The Prince of Thrift, sends us CreditCard.org Lemon Award Nominations for Bad Banking
That Concludes this Cavalcade of Risk