Saturday LinkStuff

by Mike Holman

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Some quick links for a Saturday.

Canadian Financial DIY posted an excellent article comparing the show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” to investing – check it out and see for yourself.

The Financial Blogger addressed one of my pet peeves regarding lack of financial education in schools.

Canadian Capitalist posted an article pointing out that high investment costs (which we are all obsessed with) are not the worst enemy of the investor.

Million Dollar Journey wrote about how blogging has influence his finances.

Mr. Credit Card hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance #121 and

My Retirement Blog hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance #120

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 TheFinancialBlogger

Thx for the mention Mike!
I am glad to see that many bloggers take financial education seriously. At least it is a sign of progress!

2 MillionDollarJourney

Thanks for the mention Mike!

3 FourPillars

No problem guys – FB – I sometimes wonder if my finances wouldn’t have turned out a lot better had I been more financially inclined at an earlier age.

Mike

4 veblengood

They do teach finances in school. It’s called ‘CALM’. Career and Life Management.

(In Alberta anyways..)

5 hank

FourPillars – I don’t know HOW many times I’ve asked myself that very question. I was raised frugal and never had any knowledge at all of $; my parents almost taught me NEGATIVE financial literacy in the fact that they never spent NOR invested!

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