Friday, November 26, 2010

Short Takes: Geo-Arbitrage and more

Financial Highway gives the top three places to live and practice geo-arbitrage, which means living someone warm and inexpensive and making money from a western country while working remotely.

Canadian Capitalist likes some blunt straight talk from Henry Blodget about the right conclusions to draw concerning the ongoing insider trading controversy in the U.S. Some may question Blodget’s credibility from his past life recommending stocks he privately called “piles of dung,” but he makes sense this time.

Frugal Trader at Million Dollar Journey managed to pay off his mortgage in under 3 years.

Big Cajun Man is contemplating re-gifting within the family, which means some hand-me-downs for his young son.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the mention Michael. Working from someplace warm sounds so much attractive after scraping the car for 20 minutes this morning!

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

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  3. Thanks for the mention Michael. Have a great weekend!

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