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‘Twas the Night before Christmas in the financial blogosphere

‘Twas the night before Christmas in the financial blogosphere, Just one creature was stirring, a Holy Potato, oh dear!   The stockings were hung by Robb Engen with care, In hopes that St. Nick would soon be there.   As Canadian Capitalist’s children got into their beds, Visions of market returns danced in their heads.   With mamma in her ‘kerchief and Big Cajun Man in his cap, The clown prince of personal finance took a brief winter’s nap.   When over at MoneySense there arose such a clatter, A potato got off the couch ...

‘Twas the night before Christmas…Personal finance and bloggers edition

‘Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by Canadians with care, In hopes that Rob Carrick (err, St. Nicholas) soon would be there. As Canadian Capitalist’s children nestled into their beds, Visions of ETFs danced in their heads. With mamma in her ‘kerchief and Big Cajun Man in his cap, They just closed their blog for a brief winter’s nap. When over on Moneyville there arose such a clatter, Boomer & Echo jumped up, geez, what’s the matter? Away ...

The merits of personal finance blogging

About four months ago, I started personal finance blogging full-tilt and launched this site. As my passion for personal finance has grown; using this site to log my perspectives, opinions and my (do-it-myself) approach to financial independence, I’ve come to appreciate some great things about blogging. In no particular order of importance, here are the top three things (to date) I enjoy about personal finance blogging: 1. It improves your typing and writing skills! Like most of you I’m sure, I spend too much time in front of my work PC. Meetings, ...

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