November 1, 2008, 6:00 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Uncategorized
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Man! I had so much fun running with my son from one house to another on Halloween’s night! I felt like I was 8 years old again 😉

Here’s what caught my attention this week:

First, I want to point out your attention to another blog in the blogosphere created by Four Pillars : ABCs of Investing. For those who are new to the investment world, this is a perfect blog for you as you will find valuable information on the basics of investment. Try out this post about Investment Asset Classes !

Ray presents How To Build A CD Ladder and Get The Highest Interest Rate. Gotta love this strategy!

MDJ is doing an excellent overview of different TFSA programs offered by financial institutions.

Cool Halloween Post by The Money Grubbing Lawyer. Besides the fact that he is a Toronto Maple Leafs fan, MGL is part of the new blog that I enjoy the most!

The Digerati Life comes with another great piece of writing with this post about change.

Intelligent Speculator is cheering for Obama.

You can find basics credit card features over at The Credit Toolbox.

Veracity Credit Optimization


Carnival of Money Hacks

Carnival of Money Stories

Carnival of Financial Planning

Carnival of Investing

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I’m glad to hear that you had a good time collecting candy FB! I was home all night giving out treats to the little goblins. Thanks for the link!

Thanks for the great mention!

Thanks for the shout out! I appreciate the mention! I love blog discoveries too.

The financial crisis is spreading to all the sectors and the ultimate results will be available by the end of 2009. Anyway the crisis is very crusial to all western markets since its a prestigeous counter movement from these governments and it should show some good results by the mid of next year atleast. But in terms of asian countries, it is a good opportunity to find alternative solutions and reconfirm their best practices followed over the past years. Some of the basic causes of financial crisis is, bad credit loans processed by the financial institutions to the customers and third parties. But in case of growing markets, most of the banks are assuring the creditworthiness of their clients twice since most of the clients are not high profile clients. Hence this didn’t make much impact on their financial systems and processed loan payment shedules.


Thanks for the mention, FB! I’ll try to keep my Leafs propoganda to a minum.

Isn’t Halloween fun with the kids! Thanks for the link back to the Money Hacks Carnival.