Time for the final installment of net worth updates for the year 2007.  December was a volatile month for the markets, but better than November. A few readers commented in my November net worth post that insurance shouldn’t be counted as a liability.  Yes, technically, I can cancel my insurance anytime so it’s not a…

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QCash, the 37 year old retired millionaire, writes about his adventure in leveraged investing. I have never been a big fan of leveraged investing.   Especially when I took early retirement and I don’t want to expose myself to any large risks that could thwart my plans. However, I have found myself embracing the concept of…

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It’s that time of year that everyone is scampering around the stores and malls hoping to finish up their Christmas Shopping.  I was at Costco last Saturday and not only did I have a hard time finding a shopping cart, the cart didn’t have any space to move with all the people jam packed in…

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Once a month I like to put up some great stock trading articles from my favorite stock trading blogs, Chris Perunna and Stock Trading To Go.  Here are some of their best articles over the past few weeks. Stock Trading To Go 10 Great Ways to Learn Stock Trading as a New Investor Pro Trader…

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Time for another monthly tribute to the Million Dollar Journey top articles.  I’m a little late posting the best of November 2007, but here they are none the less. Here are the top 5 most commented articles of MDJ for November 2007: 1. Carnival of Personal Finance #126 (59 comments) This was the first time…

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The Readvanceable Mortgage Canadian Capitalist contacted me to write part 2 of his DIY Smith Manoeuvre 3 part series. Part 1 more or less introduces The Smith Manoeuvre Part 2, which is this article, is about the various readvanceable mortgages available in Canada and which ones are recommended, and Part 3, discusses some investment options…

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