March 14, 2009, 6:00 am

Financial Ramblings Achievements Edition

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Hey! The week is over and I was able to achieve a lot of things on my blog and other websites. I truly think that I brought my company to another level during this week. I’m so motivated right now, I could work on it all day!!

I have other achievements during this week:


achievement– I have passed round 2 of the March Madness at FMF. Thx to everybody that voted for me!

– I made the 83th position on the top 100 Pf blogs February Edition at Fire Finance.

– I noticed that I’m also part of the Top 100 Personal Finance Blog at Wisebread (I’m actually 69th in term of Alexa Ranking!!!)

Here’s what caught my attention this week:

First, welcome to another Canadian Finance Blog: The Canadian Finance Blog. This recently married financial analyst from Alberta wants to start a Smith Manoeuvre (I already like the guy ;-0 ).

I found an interesting list of the best stocks in 2009 so far. You obviously find leveraged financial ETF’s but also some great companies that made a few stock holder happy in 2009 😉

Four Pillars is telling us how to lower trading cost thought margins.

Intelligent Speculator thinks that the Devil is playing the market. Better be on his side 😉

ABC’s of Investing is taking about ETFs and Stocks limit orders.

The Credit Toolbox makes the difference between a hard hit and a soft hit.

You don’t have a lot of free cash flow but you still want to start investing, Million Dollar Journey shows you how to invest with small amounts per month.

It’s the time to buy a house! So says The Digerati Life 😉

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Comments

Thanks for the link FB!

Thanks for the mention!

It might be time to short some of those “best stocks” as the fools rush to buy the next hot thing 🙂

by: The Financial Blogger | March 15th, 2009 (12:13 pm)

Silicon Prairie,
I would actually more looking to buy bull financial ETF than bear 😉

Well, read the Canadian Blog this weekend. Interesting.