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Last Chance for Newsletter Offer, Lost Decade, Mens Health and More





Remember the Successful Investor Stock Pick Newsletter offer that was supposed to end Jan 15?  Due to interest from readers, I managed to convince TSI to extend the offer until the end of January!  So as it stands right now, you can still get a one year subscription for the exclusive MDJ price of $30, which is $109 cheaper than their regular price and $59 cheaper than their current promo price on their site.  Check it out the deal here.

Europe and the Lost Decade @ Canadian Money Forum

Grading Men’s Health’s Tips to Build Wealth in Trouble Times @ Lazy man and Money

Why Use Cloth Diapers? @ Sustainable Personal Finance

How To Squash Your Nagging Money Worries @ Money Smart Life

Comparing Currency-Hedged and Unhedged Holdings @ Canadian Capitalist

What Is My Expected Net Worth? Median Net Worth By Age & Income @ Digerati Life

What to invest in for 2012? @ Retire Happy

How to be a Conservative Investor @ Generation X Finance

Is There Really Such Thing As Passive Income? @ Canadian Finance Blog

What is Your Adjusted Gross Income? @ My Dollar Plan

Extreme Penny-Pinching Tips for Tight Times @ Financial Highway

Locking in a Natural Gas Price @ Michael James on Money

A Shift in Perspective: Micro-Budgeting to Big-Picture Finances @ Frugal Dad

RESP Canada Learning Bond (CLB) – Why Aren’t More People Claiming it? @ Money Smarts Blog

(Cheap) Must-Haves for Parents @ Sun’s Financial Diary

Financial Outlook for 2012 @ Balance Junkie

the questions you need to succeed in business @ brip blap

How Much Do We Spend On Our Pets? @ Boomer and Echo

Welcoming Sysco to my portfolio @ My Own Advisor





9 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. I enjoyed Michael’s article on Natural Gas prices. I’m with him on that one. I just can’t wrap my head around the value proposition so I’m willing to enjoy these low prices while they last and pay up when they rise again.

    Thanks for including my article today as well!

  2. 2. Echo

    Thanks for the mention, FT. Have a great weekend!

  3. Thanks so much for the mention FT! Have a great weekend! I’m off to a cottage!

  4. Thanks for the mention, FT. Glad you liked my article, Balance Junkie.

  5. Thanks for the mention, FT. Have a great weekend!

  6. Great list of reading.

    Thanks very much for fitting me in amongst some of the very best Canada has to offer.

    Sincerely,
    Mark

  7. I will grab your offer later..Thanks for your trading blitz, I’m reading several articles that you’ve linked!

  8. Thanks FT – I really hope some people get the CLB as a result of my article.

  9. 9. Tom Drake

    Thanks for including Canadian Finance Blog FT!

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