A quick reminder that the “Super Trader” book giveaway ends tomorrow (Sat) at 5pm EST.  Note that we’re giving away 3 copies, so the odds are pretty good!

As well, the exclusive discount variable mortgage rate offered to MDJ Readers ends on Nov 1, 2009 (Sunday). So if you are in the market for a mortgage, P-0.25% is as good as it gets these days! See here for details.

Great Bull or Bulls–t @ Canadian Money Forum

5 Reasons To Dump Your Strict Budget @ Frugal Dad

How effective are dividend stocks in downturns? @ Thicken My Wallet

Money Management Software For The Desktop: YNAB 3 Review @ The Digerati Life

One More Reason to Avoid Labour-Sponsored Funds @ Canadian Capitalist

Wokai: Support Chinese Small Businesses through Microfinancing @ Sun’s Financial Diary

Socially Responsible Investing @ Four Pillars

What if You were Required to Share your Finances? @ Lazy Man and Money

Take it Like a Man or Invest Like A Woman? @ The Financial Blogger

how to keep a customer happy @ Brip Blap

My Bad Money Habits @ Canadian Dream

Finding the Value in Money @ My Dollar Plan

Commodity Trading Advisors @ Where Does All My Money Go

Bond Fund Investing @ Money Smart Life

Pension Reform Promised Soon @ Michael James on Money

How to Save Money for Christmas in a Short Amount of Time @ Generation X Finance

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I’m already half way through Super Trader. I’ll do a review, but probably no giveaway this time. Thanks for the mention.

Thanks for the link FT!

Thanks for the mention. Have a great weekend!

interesting….

Thanks for the link – enjoy the trick or treating…

thx for the mention!
happy halloween!

“Take it Like a Man or Invest Like A Woman?” is a great post. Very good insight.

To find the value in money… I have a new found appreciate for it.

@MsSaveMoney: I enjoyed the article too
thanks FT !

FT – do you have a review of online (e.g. web-based) personal financial management sites? I had never really thought of this but the article from the Digerati Life got me thinking about Quicken (I used this way back in the 90’s).

A web-based tool could allow my wife and I to share responsibility for inputting our information.

Could be a multi-part article!

Thanks for the link!

Awesome link roundup. Your retweet button puts way more than 140 characters in the tweet though. Just sayin.

Alot fantastic articles being linked out to! I love it =D I liked the Bond Fund Investing article the most due to the fact that it is something I studied in my Corporate Finance course this semester.

Till then,

Jean

@ Matilda Greene – it is – I look forward to reading more articles like that.

Please enter my name to the Book Giveway

I recommend reading The Investment Zoo by Stephen A Jarislowsky