Fall LinkStuff – Pumpkin Cannon Edition

by Mike Holman

I love the fall. Last weekend we went to a pumpkin farm and watched pumpkins being shot out of a cannon. It doesn’t get much better than that. 🙂

Next week, I’ll be unveiling a post which I’ve been working on for a few months – stay tuned.

Have a great weekend everyone!

On with links

Canadian Couch Potato introduces the Cheapskate’s portfolio.

Million Dollar Journey did an indepth review of my RESP book.

Oblivious Investor goes over different types of annuities. I’m not sure if the exact same terms are used in Canada, but the different types of annuities are still applicable.

Canadian Personal Finance thinks that TD has a lot to learn about RESPs.

The Financial Blogger says he’s changing directions with his blog.

Canadian Capitalist likes US-listed ETFs. So do I.

Michael James on Money says that modest investment returns are ok. Real returns are the key.

Cash Money Life gives us 5 guaranteed ways to get fired.

Larry MacDonald notes that when the economy goes down, stocks go up.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Michael James

I’m a fan of the fall as well, but I prefer the early fall when it’s a little warmer. Thanks for the mention.

2 Big Cajun Man

A great deal, at least their Mutual Funds section does, not sure about TD Waterhouse, I hope they are not as PAPER HEAVY! Thanks for the mention!!

3 Canadian Capitalist

Thanks for the mention Mike. I’ve just started reading your book. I’ll post a review next week. Cheers!

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