January 26, 2008, 7:00 am

Financial ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Every time I finish a week and I am down to write my financial ramblings, I wonder how come and can still write something new each day after a year of writing. You know what? This is what is beautiful about finance; it evolves constantly. Therefore, there is always something to write about! I must admit that reading about finance and working in the financial industry help a lot when it comes down to writing my blog!



Before I started my 2nd semester of my MBA, I wrote an article about what my game plan would be for this winter. I expected reading everything in the first half to make sure I can concentrate on my projects later on. So far, I have two books completed and going forward and finishing my reading for my last class.

I decided to pick a book every two weeks and go through it as I had only one class. I found it was much easier to make links between chapters and following the author’s main ideas. I hope that everything will go well as I also want to write my Financial Planner exam in June.

I’m about to make a big investment into one of my project and I am quite nervous about it. In fact, I will be buying shares of an existing internet project in order to become a full time partner in this adventure. While I know the people already involved and I have seen consistent cash flow going out of this project, I’m still playing with real money! I guess this is the downside of having an entrepreneurial nature; you are always investing money hoping to make money at one point in time!

RRSP Book Winner!

Congratulation to sundae188 who won the RRSP Book Contest. I’ll shortly contact with that person in order to send the book 🙂 A big thank you to all participants!

Carnival picks:

Carnival of Money Stories at Plonkee Money:

Prodigal Son Finance by Brip Blap.

Festival of Frugality at On Financial Success:

Top Ten Tips – Eating On a Budget by Tip Diva

Carnival of Personal Finance at Green Panda Treehouse:

Do You Really “Earn” Your Investment Income by Four Pillars.

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Comments

Hey, thanks for the link!

So is this internet business the “secret project” that you’ve been hinting about for the last five years??

Mike

by: The Financial Blogger | January 27th, 2008 (7:10 am)

Yup 🙂
We just met with our accountant and we will have our own company that will manage website (besides thefinancialblogger.com). 😀