June 27, 2009, 6:25 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Man! I think that if my life with be included in the VIX (volatility index), I would make the index soars to new highs in the past months! There are some important movements within our internet company and we are currently thinking about making some important moves. I guess I have to find something else to get busy with since I’m almost done with my MBA! I can’t tell you more about it right now as we are not quite sure what we are doing with our company anyway ;-).

I keep going to the gym and I try to resist as much as I can to ice cream (we all scream for ice cream!). I must say it is easier to go to the gym than saying no to a delicious blizzard (vanilla ice scream with bits of Crispy Crunch and Coffee Crisps…. Aaahhhhh). Nonetheless, I stick between 182 and 185lbs… slowly going down toward the 180 lbs psychological bar… At this rate, I should go under 180lbs sometimes in July… This is quite exciting! I also noticed that the more I work out, the less I want to eat junk food and sweats. I even surprised myself to stop eating my Tim Horton morning breakfast halfway. I tasted the enormous quantity of salt inside and I throw it away.

Here’s a few good read for the weekend:

The Credit Tool Box tells what a good Beacon Score is.

The Dividend Guy bought some more fixed income.

The Digerati Life provides some useful money saving tips.

The Simple Dollar comes with his rule#2 of investing: don’t over-think your investments!

Intelligent Speculator introduces us to managed account.

ABC’s of investing is giving us more information about dividend stocks.

Four Pillars tells that good debt is truth. (all debts are good 😉 even the one to buy a plasma TV ;-)!… just kidding!).

Where Does All My Money Go comes with a credit card payoff calculator.

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