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More Stock Trading Videos and Super Weekend Reading

Additional Stock Trading Video Seminars

For those of you who joined the free INO TV program, they now have 4 new stock trading videos available for your viewing/learning pleasure.  The new set of expert stock trading mentors include Jack Schwager, John Murphy, Jake Bernstein, and Ron Ianieri.  If you are interested in learning more about stock trading and viewing these seminars, you can join for free here.

Weekend Links

Canadian Capitalist has an informative series regarding the Manulife IncomePlus product.  Like most of these types of products, the fees are high!

Frugal Dad has another great frugal tip: Backyard Campfire Cooking: A New Idea for Frugal Family Fun Nights.

Consumerism Commentary is trying to spend less money on consumer items by using a cash only system as described in his article November Cash Experiment.

Money Smart Life writes about Christmas budgeting and building a Christmas fund.

Canadian Dream describes how to have a frugal and happy Christmas.

The Digerati Life hosted the latest version of the Carnival of Personal Finance. We submitted our column on teaching kids about money.

Four Pillars has an interesting story in how not to sell your house.

The Sun’s Financial Diary explains in his net worth update that he’s not immune to the down turn either!

The Financial Blogger, a banker, explains why he thinks that Canadian Banks are still a good investment.

Brip Blap asks what has changed in personal finance?

Thicken My Wallet teaches us how to use Insurance as a tax hedge.

My Dollar Plan lists 14 Steps to Prepare For Holiday Shopping.

Preet, the blogger behind WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo, is no longer a financial advisor! Did he decide to quit and bum around for a while? Quite the opposite actually, he’s now signed up as senior vice president with Pro-Financial Asset Management.  Congrats Preet!

Lazy Man and Money has a huge series on his early retirement plan.

Generation X Finance has an interesting Poll: Have Recent Economic Conditions Changed Your Expectations for Retirement? Check out the results!


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8 Comments

  1. Four Pillars on November 14, 2008 at 10:06 am

    Thanks for the link – have a great weekend.

    Mike

  2. WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com on November 14, 2008 at 11:00 am

    Thanks FT – much appreciate the well wishes. I’m swamped getting up to speed and have been behind in replying to emails/comments on my blog – but hope to catch up this weekend… :)

    Have a great weekend!

  3. Thicken My Wallet on November 14, 2008 at 11:14 am

    Thanks for the mention. Have a good weekend.

  4. cannon_fodder on November 14, 2008 at 11:36 am

    As a comment to Insurance as a Tax Hedge as it applies to those that are retired and with a significant estate, I would suggest one look at getting those that will benefit (e.g. children) to pay the insurance premiums on your insurance policy.

    If you and your spouse leave a large estate, and a large tax bill that will cut into the amounts given to your beneficiaries, why not allow them the option to minimize the tax costs by paying for the life insurance premiums?

    Just be careful for a hidden agenda if your children offer to fix the brakes on your car, encourage you to skydive, or give you a 1 way ticket to a country currently in a civil war…

  5. Canadian Capitalist on November 14, 2008 at 11:59 am

    Thanks for the mention! Have a great weekend.

  6. Canadian Capitalist on November 14, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    And congrats on passing the 4K subs mark!

  7. The Financial Blogger on November 15, 2008 at 7:44 am

    Thx for the mention!
    Hoping you will reach the 5K RSS mark in 2009 :-D

    Keep it up!

  8. myinvestorsplace on November 17, 2008 at 4:28 am

    Thank you so much for those weekend links. I have taken a printout and given to some of my friends. They join me in my thanks.

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