After six weeks being a stay-at-home dad, I finally got back to work last Wednesday. Things seem a bit different once you left the work force for that long! I had a great opportunity to take a month an a half to take care of my family. The parental leaves is one of the best things that was created in my Country! (
Hockey is back!
Iâ€™m a big hockey fan and the training camp started a week ago. I am preparing my line up for my hockey pool. It will be a great challenge as I finished first last year. Everybody wants a piece of me!
Achievements for Thefinancialblogger.com
I reached two major milestones this month. First, I am proud to announce that my average number of visits per day broke the 100. In fact, since the beginning of September, I am averaging 115 visits a day even with lower weekends. The second milestone was my RSS Reader. We now have more than 100 subscribers at thefinancialblogger.com full RSS FEED . I want to thank all my reader as you are my number one source of motivation. It is a great feeling to realize that people like what you write. As you may figure this out, blogging requires a fair amount of time. Having so many people commenting and reading my stuff is an awesome reward!
FED drops their rates
Is this purely related to the subprime lender crisis ? Or the Fed simply wants to smooth up the economy as the overall consumerâ€™s confidence is drifting away? One thing is for sure, the Canadian Dollar has great chance to reach parity to the US Dollar with that announcement. I think it is the time for Canadians to buy US stock. Our economy is too centralized into resources and financial services, I donâ€™t think we will keep up like this in the future. For my
This week, I participated into three carnivals. The Carnival of personal finance  was hosted by (the courageous) Golbguru at thetaoofmakingmoney.com . There was 88 entries for this week! My friend Blain hosted The Festival of Stocks  at stocktradingtogo.com . Blain recently changed his design, which reminds me that I have to do so later on this year! Finally, NCN hosted The Festival of Frugality  at nocreditneeded.com . Here are my favourite 3 posts (one of each to be fair):
#1 Accepting Financial Responsability  by onemillionandbeyond.com. Too many people think that they are just full of bad luck… I think this is full of b…. 😉
#2 Investing in the stock market using these investments style  by thedigeratilife.com. I know, I refer a lot to The Silicon Valley Blogger but I can’t help it, she’s one of my favourite.
#3 Romance is free  by savingadvice.com. I like to be reminded once in a while that the most important things in life are free.Google+