December 24, 2009, 8:28 am

Merry Christmas to all!

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Miscellaneous
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Yipee! This morning, I am so excited! I think I am more excited than my very own children! THIS IS CHRISTMAS!… well, not yet… but still, we are almost there! I just can’t wait to see what Santa (and his elves) will put in my Christmas stocking 😉

This has been a tradition for the past 5 years or more; my wife always puts stuff in a Christmas stocking for me 😉 All the little things that make me smile (chocolate, a cigar, hockey tickets… ), I find them on that day 😀

For the first time since I have started working, I am on vacation during the Holidays. I am off from December 23rd until January 5th! During this period, I will spend time with my family and visit friends. This is going to be quite a nice treat!

As in years past, I will slack on posting for the next few days but I will have the results of our 2009 stock contest on December 31st (something tells me that Intelligent Speculator will finish first 😉 ). Then, on January 1st, you will have our new edition of our stock picking contest. So it will give you a few ideas on what to purchase in 2010!

All right, enough said for today! Now turn off your computer and go back to your family and friends. Christmas is this unique time of the year where you have a chance to connect with everyone special in your life. Regardless if you are stuck in dispute or if you lost this friend a long time ago, it is the right time to forgive and squeeze them in your arms and tell them how you are happy to have them in your life 😉

Merry Christmas!!!!

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Glad you’re excited! I am, too — for the food I’ll be putting in my belly today and tomorrow. Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

by: Answer This | December 27th, 2009 (3:33 pm)