Random links for your Friday–and what’s coming up

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Dear lord raising a baby is expensive.

Mad Anthony writes on the elasticity of gas prices, which made me think about my own budgeting.

Money lessons from Dad. My favorite is #1.

First-hand account of how women are discriminated against when buying a car.

Ok, I have a few things coming up on here. First, I’m writing an article on a disturbing trend I’ve been noticing among some of my friends: giving their money to their parents to manage for them.

I’ve also been thinking of expanding the focus of IWillTeachYouToBeRich to include entrepreneurship (where real money and fun can be found) and articles on negotiation–something like a 5-day overview of bargaining and negotiation. This would include theory and actual applied, practical tips, from interviewing to car-buying, from the streets of India to the nearby McDonald’s. I’ve taught negotiation to a lot of people and it’s always fun.

Finally, there are upcoming articles on real estate, budgeting, and banking.

Let me know what you want to see!

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  1. Great content, as always. The bargaining and negotiation posts would be great!!

  2. I’d love to see you do the content on entrepreneurship! Also real estate and budgeting, but the entrepreneurship is the most interesting (to me, heh).

  3. Hey Ramit! Been reading the site for about 2 weeks now and must say that i love the content! I’d very interested in seeing the posts on negotiation, as well as some content on real estate & entrepreneurship. Keep up the good work!!

  4. I’ve now have read all your articles and I enjoyed them. I would really like it if you branched into all those areas! They all are very useful and practical. Thanks
    P.S. looking forward to articles on real estate