July 19, 2008, 6:00 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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Here are the good read for this week:

Money Answer Guy goes along with his financial blogger confessions. A pretty and straight forward post about being honest with your readers. I think that it is very important to be honest and show integrity to your readers. If you don’t what is the point of writing then?


Canadian Capitalist shares with us the story of Dave. After investing several years with a broker, he decided to become a DIY Investor. Investing on your own is a very exciting experience. Though it is sometimes painful 😉 Good luck to Dave!


I found out that My Trader Journal also wrote about OIL ETF . Going up? Going down? One thing for sure is that oil is moving big time! I would say that it’s probably time to establish a butterfly strategy with calls and puts on oil. This strategy enables you to make money on a stock as long as it does some good fluctuations (either up or down).


Debt Free is doing a list of things we should look at when doing a mortgage debt consolidation. Paying off your debts with the equity lying in your house might be a good idea. However, like everything else in personal finance, take your time before you do anything!


If you want to invest and don’t bother too much about managing your portfolio, Four Pillars has the answer with his sleeping pill portfolio. He gives us some trick in order to have a good portfolio and not panicking too much in times like now.


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Thanks for the link Mike – glad you enjoyed the post!


FB: Thanks for the mention! Cheers!

Thanks for the info. Hope to find my blog mentioned someday in your blog too 🙂

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