Free Book Download (Investing Made Simple) And LinkStuff For Sept 18

by Mike Holman

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Free book download

Mike Piper who blogs at the Oblivious Investor wrote a book recently called “Investing Made Simple”.  It’s going to be offered for sale on Amazon but in the meantime he has decided to allow free downloads of the book from his site.  Go check it out.

The best links

Amateur Asset Allocator wrote an excellent post called You can’t judge an action by the result.  A good read.

Brip Blap had a great post on raising kids called why you shouldn’t worry about your children’s future.  Basically he is saying that you can’t influence every aspect of your kid.

Matt Jabs came up with a family compensation plan for minors…otherwise known as an allowanceShould we pay our children allowance?

 

Other links

ABCs of Investing explains what value investing is.

Carnivals

Carnival of Twenty Something Finances

Festival of Stocks

Economy and Your Finances Carnival

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Want to learn more about RESPs? Buy The Book:

Resp-Book

The RESP Book: The Simple Guide to Registered Education Savings Plans

Everything you need to know about RESPs.

See it on Amazon now

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Tom @ Canadian Finance Blog

Thanks for the mention Mike, have a good weekend!

2 Mike Piper

Hey Mike. Thanks for mentioning the book. :) Hopefully your readers will find the information helpful.

3 MoneyEnergy

Thanks so much for the mention! I also encourage everyone, especially bloggers and webmasters, to tune into LazyMan’s story (above). Some kind of lesson about blogging about companies, that’s for sure. Free speech vs. Metadata!

4 Steve

Thanks for the mention, Mike! I’ll second MoneyEnergy – I’d love to see Lazy Man be able to stick it to a company that’s trying to squash a post he wrote purely because they don’t like it – not because it says anything defamatory or incorrect.

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