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Not really, but I was fortunate to have articles appear or linked to from two of the largest Canadian Blogs in the blogosphere. The Canadian Capitalist hosted a guest article written by yours truly on Charitable Remainder Trusts. Meanwhile, over at the Million Dollar Journey on Monday was this week’s edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance which included a link to my article on the Jim Cramer Controversy over Bear Stearns.
Other Interesting Articles From Around the Blogosphere
Financial Jungle wrote about a stock trading simulator that lets you adjust the universal constant of time, thereby allowing you to examine the results of your trading strategies that would normally take months to determine in dramatically shorter times. Okay, they just use historical charts…
Jonathan Chevreau takes a look at the budget highlights for Ontario.
Thicken My Wallet asks about the true returns of Real Estate and some of his readers weigh in as well.
It turns out that Larry McDonald is an "ass" man, having written back to back posts on two types of bottoms: First asking if a Stock Market Bottom is in sight and then asking if we are at a U.S. Housing Bottom.
This Week’s Racing Video
The following video is about 9 minutes, but really you just need to watch the first 3 minutes to see how incredibly fast this little road-legal rocketship is as the host’s face completely distorts in seconds after tromping on the gas! This car is known as the Ariel Atom and it is available for purchase. Though not exactly a commuter car, for the price of a fully loaded family sedan you could own a car with a higher horsepower to weight ratio than a $1 million Ferrari Enzo.
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