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BP Disaster, Drive-Ins, Vacations and More



Have you been keeping up with the BP disaster? Do you think BP stock is a buy, or do you think that it will go lower?

BP – Value or disaster @ Canadian Money Forum

New Credit Card Minimum Payment Rules @ Michael James on Money

Drive-in Theaters – A Money-Saving Movie Experience @ Lazy Man and Money

What minimal duties does an investment advisor owe you? @ Thicken My Wallet

Evergreen Financial Activities that Never Go Out of Style @ The Sun’s Financial Diary

In Investing, Patience is Key @ Canadian Capitalist

How to Stockpile Food for Survival @ Frugal Dad

How To Withdraw Excess Money From Your RESP @ Money Smarts Blog

The 7 Biggest Money Problems Most People Have @ Generation X Finance

Return on Investment: Renovation Costs @ Financial Blogger

10 Budget Wedding Ideas From a Satisfied Bride @ My Dollar Plan

Where Everyone Knows Your Salary @ Canadian Dream

Financial Advisor Compensation Options @ Where Does All My Money Go

networking is not about quid-pro-quo @ Brip Blap

8 Warning Signs That You Have too Much Debt @ Financial Highway

How to Avoid Drowning in Debt @ Money Smart Life

How We Plan To Have A Cheap Vacation This Summer @ Canadian Finance Blog

Workplace Discrimination or Harassment? Fired For Being Too Pretty @ The Digerati Life





10 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the link!

    Mike

  2. Thanks for the link MDJ! Enjoy your weekend!

  3. Thanks FT! Have a great weekend!

  4. Thanks for the mention. I have no idea where BP is going other than for a name change :-)

  5. Thanks for the mention.

  6. 6. Jeff

    BP is going much lower, this disaster is going to completely ruin them. Eventually their producing assets will be bought out by another company and BP will be no more.

  7. Just read the drive-in movie theaters article! So awesome! I love drive-in theaters.

  8. 8. why I opened an ING account

    IMHO, BP should sell all its good assets to another company and salvage whatever they can out of the $hithole they currently have. Their reputation will be worthless soon.

  9. 9. Shannon

    I think another consideration is the ethics involved in buying BP stock. I think we, as consumers and investors have an opportunity to send a message to all of the oil companies here, and speculating on BP’s worth for personal financial gain isn’t worth it for me. I hope they go under.

  10. Little late to the party (due to the vacation mentioned in my post), but thanks for the link!

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