Weekly Review-CFA Results Edition

After seven excruciating weeks of waiting the CFA Institute finally announced results for December 2010 Level 1 exam. A little over 40,000 candidates sat for the exam worldwide and 36% passed. Having crossed that bridge, it is time to get back to studying and preparing for the level two exam which will be held on June 4th.

Enough about me, let’s get to this weeks interesting articles from the personal finance blogosphere.

0% Return for 17 Years @ Michael James on Money

The Buy-Nothing Lifestyle: Lessons from a Frugal Experiment @ Wise Bread

Stop Spending! Tips for Breaking the Habit @ Wallet Pop

What happens to your RRSPs when you die? @ Retire Happy Blog

Your Personal Rate of Inflation @ Oblivious Investor

The Advantages of RRSPs over TFSAs @ Canadian Capitalist

Will Small Investors Ever Warm Up to Stocks Again? @ Jason Zweig, WSJ

Are Financial Advisers On Your Side? @ Smart Money

Every Friday we’ll highlight a few of the great articles published throughout the week, for other interesting articles you can follow us on twitter account and subscribe to our twitter feed. Enjoy your weekend! Remember to check out Dollar Matters every Monday and Wednesday



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Comments

  1. says

    Congrats on passing the exam.
    Thanks for including me in this weeks links! Much appreciated.
    Have a great weekend
    Jim

  2. says

    Congratulations! If it took 7 weeks I’m guessing that the exams wasn’t multiple choice. Thanks for the mention.

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