June 24, 2011, 7:31 am

Financial Ramblings

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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After launching our first eBook, I’m already on my computer again to write my second book! This will be a series of 4 books to reach financial independence as fast as possible. I wrote roughly a third of the first book already. If all goes well, we should be able to launch it in August.


To all Quebecois; Bonne St-Jean!


Time for the links that come along with the ramblings:

1. Debt Management Solutions: Leverage to Gain an Advantage @ DNW.

2. Dividend Aristocrats, Who They Are And Why They Matter @ IS.

3. Should You Buy or Rent a Home in Your 20s? @ PIN.

4. Resolving My Insurance Company Home Premium Scam @ Financial Samurai.

5. The Three Legal Documents Of An Estate Plan @ Canadian Finance Blog.

6. Improve Your Trading By Using Moving Averages @ TDGB.

7. Better investment fee and performance disclosure might help @ Money Smarts Blog.

8. Social Security While Working: The Earnings Test @ Oblivious Investor.

9. Investing VS Speculating: The Difference Between Building Wealth and Gambling @ Free From Broke.

10. How to Pay Estimated Quarterly Taxes @ Gen X Finance.

11. How To Add Gold To Your Portfolio @ Boomer and Echo.

12. Dave Ramsey Comments On My Post About His New House, His Debt Philosophy And Giving @ BMM.

13. Building Our Baby Fund @ Couple Money.

14. Unconventional Income From Uncommon Stocks – MLPs @ Money Cone

15. Why Are Financial Tools So Important? @ Studenomics.

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Thanks very much for the mention. Nice work on the 1st e-book release and good luck with your next series.

Considered outsourcing the book creation? Curious why you feel it’s better to do on your own (if you do that is) ?

by: The Financial Blogger | June 25th, 2011 (4:32 pm)


I don’t think I would be comfortable with this series. However, it may be a possibility for other topics (probably outside finance). have you done this in the past?

Congrats on the Ebook, and thanks for the roundup links. Looks like i have some reading to do this weekend!