April 11, 2009, 6:17 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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sugar-pieThis has been quite a busy week as I was working only 4 days (I was off yesterday for Easter) and I was looking around for a new car at the same time! I tried the Toyota Rav4 and the Mazda Tribute and they both were pretty nice! I would get more space with the Rav4 but smaller payments with the Mazda… It’s a tough decision!

Last weekend, we went to the Sugar Shack. This is a place where you eat everything with maple syrup. While I was piling all kind of desert in my plate (sugar pie with maple syrup on top….) My friend told me:

“Looking forward to read your next financial ramblings and weight update!”.

So I put more syrup and indulge myself 😉 In the end, it wasn’t so bad as I went back to square one with 200lbs. However I feel in a much better shape since I go to the gym every weekday!

I was quite happy as I did a guest post on John Chow! The post is about increasing your efficiency as a blogger (but I apply those tricks in everything in my life). I suggest you stop by 😀

Here are so other good read this week:

Buy My Stock Picks is giving 3 reasons why you should buy stocks in 2009.

The Credit Toolbox just started a 6 part series on how to make money with cash reward credit cards.

This is a though times for those who think that the bear market is still alive by Intelligent Speculator… I’m under the feeling that the bear got a shot pretty much in the butt ;-0

Million Dollar Journey is giving great tips on how to hedge against inflation.

Four Pillars has more car company thoughts

The Simple Dollar is riding the market up!

Weakonomics hate 10 things about economists… I only hate one thing: 50% of them are wrong on every assumption they make but we never know which 50% is right upfront!

Moolanomy started his blog for similar reasons to mine. In the end, we are just bloggers

Learn more about dividend yield at ABC’s of Investing (I love the picture he used!).

Carnival:

Carnival of Personal Finance

Carnival of Pecuniary Delights

Carnival of Money Hacks

image source: les gourmandises d’Isa

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Comments

Good thoughts on economists, and thanks for the link!

Awesome post on the Pareto principle, I have one coming up this week! Oh and thanks for the link!