Friday, May 17, 2013

Short Takes: Market Timing, Salary Secrecy, and more

Being busy on a business trip, I only wrote one post this week:

Business Travel Personality

Here are my short takes for some weekend reading:

Tom Bradley at Steadyhand paints an accurate picture of the challenges involved in trying to get in and out of the market at the right times.

The Blunt Bean Counter answers the interesting question, “Should You Discuss Your Salary with Friends, Co-Workers or Family?”

Canadian Financial DIY reveals a simple test to see if you’re likely to manage your finances well into your retirement. Spoiler alert: it’s math-related.

Million Dollar Journey has some ideas for saving money on a Disney World vacation. Another idea might be to pass on Disney World and do something else.

Big Cajun Man has an interesting theory on how to avoid having his barbecue run out of propane in the middle of cooking dinner.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the inclusion, it astounds me that no one commented, "THAT IS THE DUMBEST IDEA EVER!", I must have very polite readers.

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