November 22, 2008, 8:16 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Motivation is at the top with all the great comments I received from my 2nd anniversary contest (You still have a chance to win one of the 2 prizes of $100 if you comment here).

In addition to my blog, business is going great (I just won a GPS System since I was a top performer in October) and we just started another MBA session. I’ll write more about my MBA in the upcoming months, I have a few interesting story about it 😉 Besides, we are now under heavy renovation in our basement 😀

Here’s what caught my attention this week:

Million Dollar Journey is giving us common job interview questions.

Here’s an interesting video about What’s ahead for Apple.

ABCs of Investing believes Timing the market is only a viable option if you know the risks!

Intelligent Speculator thinks it’s too little too late for the US banks. You know what, they get what they deserve. This is the price for greed 😉

The Credit Toolbox explains how to deal with collection agencies.

Four Pillars is concerned by what will happen to Canadian Banks. Don’t worry FP, everything is cool with Canadian Banks, only people are freaking out 😉

The Digerati Life is talking about when is the right time to start a business. Anytime, as long as you have money to back you up!

Canadian Capitalist is reweaving different types of TFSA accounts.

Timothy Sykes tell us how he made $70,000 last month with his blog (oh my god! This sounds like a retirement plan…. Early retirement plan!)

The Smart Spending Blog has an article about helping out your friends in “What if a friend were losing her home?

Carnivals:

Carnival of Personal Finance

Carnival of Money Stories

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Comments

Thanks for the link Mike. Yes, I’m starting to freak out! 🙂

by: The Financial Blogger | November 22nd, 2008 (9:59 am)

You shouldn’t, Canadian Banks are still solid. Actually, I am taking 8% of my paycheck to buy National Bank stock and I am laughing now! 7% dividend yield :-DDD

Worst comes to worst, Power Corporation will buy them 😉

Thank you very much ofr linking back to the carnival of money stories!

Mr. CC

Thanks for the link FB! Enjoy the weekend!