Contest: Win a Subscription to the National Post!

CIBC Investors Edge members who switched from paper to e-statements received a digital subscription to The National Post newspaper worth $120. Since I have 2 accounts with Investors Edge, they sent me 2 subscription vouchers. I am going to keep one, but give away the other to one of my loyal blog readers as a thank you for following my journey.

The Rules:

Simply leave a comment explaining what you would like me to write about on this blog. I’m basically looking for more post ideas that would interest you guys. Thanks to Canadian Dream for this idea.

I will randomly pick a comment to be the winner on Friday May 18, 2007, deadline for submission is Thursday May 17, 2007. Please make sure that you leave a valid email when you fill out the comment form.

Limit: one entry / person.

The Prize:

As mentioned above, the winner will receive a digital subscription to The National Post valued @ $120.

That’s all for now! I look forward to hearing your ideas.

P.S.  If you could take a second of your time and vote on the new poll (on the right side bar), I would greatly appreciate it! 

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FT is the founder and editor of Million Dollar Journey (est. 2006). Through various financial strategies outlined on this site, he grew his net worth from $200,000 in 2006 to $1,000,000 by 2014. You can read more about him here.
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12 years ago

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Michael_S
14 years ago

With the price of gas being a hot topic these days, most of the talk is people complaining about how much more it’s costing them to fill up their tanks.
A topic you could touch on is how can we benefit from rising gas prices. Obviously the oil companies will continue to make record profits, but what about the support industries, drillers, equipment manufactures etc?
Where would one invest to help offset the pain at the pump?

ThickenMyWallet
14 years ago

Great contest idea!

You haven’t done a book review in a while. How about the worst investment book you have ever read (or if you don’t want to out the author, the worst pieces of investment advice you have ever read)?

FinancialJungle
14 years ago

I’ve like know you view on real estate investing during retirement. Do you intend to keep your rental properties, or swap them with dividend stocks/income trusts (+ REIT)? Reason I ask is stocks and income trusts require less work to monitor, and you can watch them from anywhere in the world, even when you’re traveling.

Investoid
14 years ago

Never mind, mine came in the mail today :-)

Marshall Middle
14 years ago

I’d would be interested in reading a post on how to save money on home expenses.

Investoid
14 years ago

Just a quick question – how long did it take for you to receive your National Post subscriptions? I changed my account about a month ago but haven’t received anything yet.

Soultrance
14 years ago

I actually sent you a bunch of questions yesterday and we’ve gone back and forth a few times with different bits of info.

Something I’d like to see more of on the site are How To style posts or X for Beginners/Dummies posts. I’m young, I don’t know much about investing, but I want to learn from people with experience and it’s hard to get that without paying. Right now my highest interest is to learn about investing in stocks and such, but I can’t find any basics of how to get started, how much capital is a good amount to start with, where to dig up info and how to even buy stocks. It’s all a bit overwhelming. :)

PS.
Love the blog, keep it up!

Soultrance
http://www.dingorue.com

Joel
14 years ago

Some of the suggestions so far are great… I really like the spending regrets suggestion.

My question deals getting a revenue property. What factors to do you look at when investigating getting a revenue property.