Great finances start with great attitudes

Great finances start with great attitudes Some time ago, I read a blogpost by Seth Godin.  In this article, Seth ranks the hierarchy of success in the following order of importance: Attitude Approach Goals Strategy Tactics Execution Seth may have…

Creating a common sense investment plan Certified Financial Analyst Ben Carlson may be a relative newcomer to the personal finance blogosphere but Ben has some great, time-tested advice in a short ebook he recently released that’s worth checking out.  In…

During a recent morning commute to work, I was struck by the number of people distracted while driving.  On my 18-km drive into work, I noticed more than a few drivers failing to pay attention to fellow drivers, people blatantly…
Change your financial tune for success

Change your financial tune for success Over the last few weeks, I’ve been thinking about my portfolio and reviewed how it has performed year-to-date. Although the dividend income has been on a slow but steady incline, I was thinking more…
Five essentials to be a better investor

Five essentials to be a better investor “It is our belief that Better Investors will experience higher returns, and be more comfortable and confident in the process.” -Steadyhand Investment Funds I took some time recently to read Steadyhand’s free whitepaper called…

I’m focused on the future, just not futures.  These things are not for me and I’ll tell you why.  First, let’s start with a definition courtesy of Investopedia: A futures contract is a type of derivative instrument; whereby two parties agree to…