It's been a while since I've gotten a weekly roundup out but I finally got some time to be able to roundup the links.
What I'll be Buying if the Fiscal Cliff Causes Recession - Dividend Growth Stock Investing posted his watchlist. That's something that I unfortunately don't keep track of as much as I should. He's got a great list of stocks should the market and economy take a nosedive.
If You Must Value the Market - Dividend Mantra posted about 2 metrics for valuing the market as a whole. While he doesn't use really use these, they can come in handy.
Time: It's Everything - Speaking of Dividend Mantra, he had another great post earlier this week. It's all about time and the freedom to do as he pleases. It's a great post and sums up most everyone that I know that's pursuing early FI.
The Secret Ingredients and Recipe for Retiring Early - FI Fighter had a 2 part series on how to go about retiring early, specifically through spending below your means and investing the difference in dividend growth stocks.
Railroad Stocks Appear Attractively Valued Across the Country - Dividend Monk analyzed the railroad industry in the United States and Canada.
How a Single Person Should Live if they Want to be Rich - Brick by Brick Investing was contacted by a fellow fraternity member asking how to become rich. Check out his response.
December 2012 Dividend Champion Watchlist Update - My Journey to Millions ran through his screen of dividend champions. There's some great companies that passed through.
New Purchase: Medtronic (MDT) - All About Interest decided now was the time to start owning Medtronic. I have to agree with him since I picked up some shares myself.
Brownbag Lunches - Leigh is going to start brownbaggin' it. That's a great way to save money and the plan is to throw the savings toward the mortgage. She's calculating ~ $1,200 in annual savings.
Update: 2012 Dividend Tally - The Stoic will bring in over $2,600 in dividend in 2012. That's more than double what he got in 2011.