A Lap Of The Blogs


First some good news: The RRSP Book is now available through Amazon.ca. Note that it sells for quite a bit more than the $25 I’m selling it for through my own secure website: www.TheRRSPBook.com. Nonetheless, it’s one step closer to being available in physical bookstores as well.

A Lap Of The Blogs…

Thicken My Wallet gives his perspective on what a boss might look for in a good employee.

The Million Dollar Journey explains how to calculate your adjusted cost base.

I helped contribute to a post on The Quest For Four Pillars about RRSPs for Younger Investors.

The Canadian Capitalist offers some insight into Efficient Market Theory.

And finally, Michael James on Money puts the higher nominal fixed income returns of the 1980’s into perspective.

This Week’s Racing Video

This is one of my all time favourite videos. It is actually a short film that won some awards. Specifically this is what is known as a hill climb car and the driver is a very famous Group B Rally driver named Ari Vatanen. Watch how close he comes to falling off the mountain towards the end – absolute nerves of steel. Enjoy!

Preet Banerjee
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  • Four Pillars

    Thanks a lot for your help with the post!

    Mike

  • Canadian Capitalist

    Thanks for the mention Preet! Have a nice weekend.

  • Million Dollar Journey

    Thanks for the link. Love the weekly videos.

  • Michael James

    Thanks for including my post. Your video left dust all over my computer!

  • thickenmywallet

    Thanks for another lap!