This round up had an entirely different theme to it, but the late unfortunate news of pop legend Michael Jackson’s death changed things a little bit.
I remember as a child Michael Jackson was my hero, my brother and I would watch his movie Moonwalker almost every Friday night and we would try to imitate his dance but never successfully. Songs like Smooth Criminal and They Don’t Care About US will carry on his legend.
The last decade in his life was filled with drama and accusations, we might not agree with the things he has done but one thing we all can agree on is that he revolutionized the music industry and that’s what I’ll remember him for. King of Pop Music.
I’ll be going back in time this evening and watch Moonwalker.
Rest In Peace.
Million Dollar Journey asks how long will your savings last in case of emergency?
Canadian Capitalist looks at why ETF investors do worse than Index mutual fund investors
JD @ GRS answers an readers queston about getting finances in order, The first three stesp to financial freedom.
The Weakonomist explains what Green Shoot is
Rob Carrick @ Globe and Mail discussses some tips on how to make the most out of TFSA
Craig Karmin @ WSJ says that more and more investors are moving towards index funds.
My Life ROI tells us how to get the car ready for the vacation
Four Pillars explains how to use Aeroplan points
Bible Money Matters is discussing something I have been advocating for a long time Personal Finance classes in high school
Free Money Finance discusses the psychology of selecting mutual funds with an excerpt of “ Snap Judgment: When to Trust Your Instincts, When to Ignore Them, and How to Avoid Making Big Mistakes with Your Money“
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