After yesterday’s odd post about Saint Valentine (the patron saint of Personal Finance) (I thought for sure I’d at least get a few “What are you talking about?” comments, but c’est la vie), we now have a look at this week in the world of personal finance blog sights and what they have been talking about (during this busy RRSP season as well). Given few folks will be giving any of my innovative Valentine’s Personal Finance gifts, let’s see what other bloggers might be talking about.
- Michael James writes about the Dangers of Automatic Bank Account Withdrawals, and why joining Health Clubs that only allow you to enroll that way, might not be that good.
- Preet asks do we Canadians have a Home Bias when it comes to buying Canadian Stocks?
- Given there is talk that MLS may be accessible to the public, the Canadian Capitalist’s post Real Estate Agent Incentives.
- Larry MacDonald makes a different post talking about Iran and Uranium Enrichment (a different kind of Personal Finance post), but still entertaining, as always.
- Gail Vaz-Oxlade encourages her readers not to have a Victim’s Mentality in her post Who’s In Charge Here?
- Canadian Financial DIY writes about one of his pet topics in Inflation and Corporate Earnings.
- The Four Pillars did make a romantic post with A Numbers Approach to Finding True Love.
- Ellen Roseman warns us to be careful about oral contracts with the Telecom Ombudsman upholds Bell’s verbal contracts.
Surprisingly,only 1 blogger with a Financial Saint Valentine’s post, I guess I am very avant guard I guess?
Remember to get your sweetie some sound Financial Valentine’s Day Gifts (or maybe a nice card (no not a Credit Card!)).