Still Financially Crazy after 13 Years

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In 2005 I started this site, and I am still financially crazy  after all these years. I must be crazy, I think debt is a bad thing, don’t buy individual stocks and think pay day loans are the devil’s work 

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13 Years of Blogging Summed up Very Nicely

Over the years I have written over 3000 article, had over 1,200,000 page views, and I have some favourites.

My Favourite Financially Crazy Posts

These are the ones, I re-read and enjoy. Some of these I wonder why no one was interested in, but that really sums up my entire writing career.

Your Favourite Financially Crazy Posts

These are the ones that have had the most views

The Future?

Certainly the volume of posts has declined over the years, but I am still at this. I have had folks offer to buy the site (not going to happen), offer to Guest Post (not likely to happen) and offered to make the site more popular. We shall see what the future holds.

Sing Me Out Ray

Ray Charles sings my favorite version of Still Crazy after all these years.

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  • Wally April 8, 2018, 3:26 PM

    Wow! It is so impressive that you’ve kept up with this for so long! good job.

    Any tips for a new blogger?

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    • bigcajunman April 8, 2018, 4:05 PM

      Write about what is topical, but don’t write just to make money. There are enough mercenary financial bloggers out there. Write about what you give a damn about, you will do just fine.

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  • Gail Genest March 26, 2018, 12:33 PM

    Hello, have you written about Saskatchewan Pension Plan in your 13 years? If yes, can you direct me to your blog? If no, please visit www. saskpension.com or call 1-800-667-7153. The plan had a number of improvements in 2018 and many do not realize that anyone or any business in Canada can be part of the plan. The Plan has returned an average 8.1% to members since 1986 and has a MER fee that averages 1% or less. In 2017, SPP returned 9.7% with an MER of .83%. I hope the information can help your followers.

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  • Matt Bell March 22, 2018, 11:54 AM

    Congrats, BCM! Thirteen years is quite a ride. And with what goes for “normal” money management in this day and age, we need more “crazy” voices out there.

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