February 14, 2009, 7:36 am

Financial Ramblings

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Financial Rambling
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I had a wonderful Valentine’s Day dinner yesterday 🙂 Wine, steak, shrimps and my girlfriend :-D… Now it’s time to go back to my MBA this morning!

Here’s what caught my attention this week:

Intelligent Speculator is showing how to compare your investment returns. When we compare, we realize that our investments are not that bad (or that we made really bad investment decisions !)

I had been interviewed by Studenomics about my blog. It was a great experience 😀

ABC’s of investing is talking about a hot topic: Dividend increases and cut! Hopefully Canadian banks won’t cut their dividends this year 😉

Million Dollar Journey will have to keep investing into his RESP portfolio if he wants mini MDJ to go to school one day ;-0

Where Does All My Money Go explains what is a Secular Market.

Thicken My Wallet is making the comparison between investing in stocks, money and bonds for a long period of time. I’ll let you guess which investment class wins 😉

Canadian Capitalist is talking about how investment diversification worked out in 2008.

Tax season is coming and Money Ning reminds you that you should prepare your tax in advance!

If you are new to the country, The Credit Toolbox is suggesting a way to start your credit score on the right foot.


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Thanks for doing the interview and for the link!

LOL, thanks or the link FB! Yes, I had great timing with the RRSP in 2008… right at the peak of the market. 🙂

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