Friday, October 23, 2009

Short Takes: Rare Financial Plans, Bell Problems, and more

1. Million Dollar Journey reveals that financial advisors rarely create proper financial plans for their clients.

2. Ellen Roseman has an unbelievable collection of bad Bell customer experiences. My own experience with Bell over the decades has been problematic as well.

3. Potato makes the case that while market timing in stocks is near impossible, it may be possible to time the real estate market.

4. Big Cajun Man has a funny illustration of the importance of having a target for your finances and ... uhh ... other things.

5. Preet explains why over the long run stocks have to give better returns than guaranteed investments.

6. Canadian Financial DIY reviews the book The Secret Language of Money.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link MJ. No need for financial suicide - maybe your tax story could make it on as a small segment on financial horror stories beyond your control...

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  2. Thanks for the mention Michael. Have a great weekend.

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  3. Thanks for the link. Have a good weekend.

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  4. Ready, Aim, FIRE!!!!!

    Hope I hit it....

    C8j

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