Loanio Roundup – Veteran’s Edition

Thank you to our Nation's Veterans.

Loanio would like to thank all the men and women who have put their lives on the line to protect America’s freedom and ideals. Your sacrifices and bravery have been beneficial to many and are greatly appreciated.

Below you’ll find links to resources, both blog and news articles on the economy, small business, p2p lending, and investing. We hope you find them helpful in navigating the financial waters of the internet.

The Economy:

  • Market Watch discusses deficit balloons.
  • Paulson Says Focus Of Bailout Will Shift writes NPR.
  • Bush comes out fighting for free markets says FT.
  • Yahoo Finance writes Banks Get More Approachable on Mortgage Rates.
  • Banking on Survival of the Fattest over at Smart Money.

Small Business:

  • Keeping Your Rivals From Minding Your Business says the NY Times.
  • Orlando Sentinel announces SBA to unclog credit flow to entrepreneurs
  • Herald Mail writes Ask SCORE – Keeping business burnout at bay.
  • Chicago Business asks Launching a biz now? Protect your personal assets first.

Peer-to-Peer Lending:

  • Business Standard writes peer-to-peer lending gains prominence.
  • Lending Tree posts Making a Profit on Investment From Social Lending Sites
  • Richer by the Day talks about P2P Lending Default Considerations.
  • Common Sense Investor blogs Peer-To-Peer Lending: The Free Market In Action.
  • Canadian Peer-to-Peer Lending over at Four Pillars.

Investing:

  • Seeking Alpha posts When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Play Defense
  • New York Times writes Fund Managers See Need for Some Tighter Restrictions.
  • Blogging Stocks publishes as oil flirts with $55, OPEC says it will meet later this month.
  • The Sun’s Financial Diary looks into Asset Allocation: What It Is and Why It Is Important .

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