I don’t usually do this but I really feel that this video is one of the top funniest things I’ve seen in a very long time (and money related!). It’s a bit cheap in terms of production:
The Wrong Financial Advisor
As some of you know, I took out a student loan when I was back in Cegep for the purposes of investing. Currently I owe RBC $25 258 and, seeing as I finished my schooling last month, it’s become due (although, I’m not sure… shouldn’t they have emailed me or called me?).
I’ve decided that [...]
Back in the summer of ’09, I thought that I was a pretty smooth chickadee. I had been reading PF blogs for awhile and had a net worth of -$2215. With a huge student loan that was guaranteed to get bigger, I decided to start investing. After all, I’m great at everything; how hard could [...]
As I might have mentioned in previous posts, I have a student loan.
While the amount is small by some accounts, it is fairly large by Quebec standards. I’m in a place where college tuition is free and university costs a bit over $2000 a year. Nevertheless, when I was offered an interest-free loan, I [...]
When you first begin investing, you might be overwhelmed — I know I was! Fortunately, an easy, stress-free way to begin is to invest in mutual funds.
Mutual funds are fantastic if you don’t have the time or desire to learn about how the stock market works, how to pick stocks, how [...]
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