Another installment of the best financial tweets of the week. I continue to try to figure out whether I need to cut down the number of folks I follow or find a smarter way to get to the important tweets of the week.
Given this was a week with the Bank of Canada cutting interest rates, oil price shenanigans and King Abdullah’s passing the twitter verse did have a lot of interesting stuff.
The Media Maven of Money (Preet B.) started flexing his financial chops with a very interesting set of simulations to try to answer the time-honored question, is it better to buy your house, or rent and invest your money?
Based on feedback, results now presented more cleanly in Buy vs Rent calculator. The win rate over 1000 simulations. pic.twitter.com/vdVSoFzZ97
— Preet Banerjee (@preetbanerjee) January 25, 2015
Is King Abdullah’s passing a sign of changes in the Middle East? That remains to be seen
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 25, 2015
This is why you should have the Bank of Canada on your Twitter Feed. You should read their policy stuff yourself, it’s not long and usually the “talking heads” leave major portions out.
Release of the Monetary Policy Report http://t.co/1uuXzDOxfm
— Bank of Canada (@bankofcanada) January 21, 2015
Given gas is so darn cheap are you putting more money in your savings? One point of view of what is happening down south
— Kathleen Madigan (@MadiganWSJ) January 22, 2015
Wasn’t 1-2-3-4-5 the password on Spaceballs? Yeh, some amazingly interesting passwords out there
— Canadian Business (@cdnbiz) January 20, 2015
Did you give over the holidays? Maybe it’s time to start thinking about that?
— Ottawa Food Bank (@OttawaFoodBank) January 9, 2015
A bit of shameless self-promotion to end things off, I am on another list of bloggers you should read (along with some other interesting folk).
— BrighterLife.ca (@BrighterLifeCA) January 24, 2015