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Monthly Archives: January 2012
After our last post about investing in condo units, it looks proper and fitting to discuss about owning a home and how this impacts our investing activities.
Several months ago, a reader on this blog asked me whether investing in a condominium unit is good investment? I immediately sensed a good topic for a post but somehow, it has been in the back burner for months Continue reading
At this early part of the year, and given the current level of debt-induced stress that engulfs the leading economies of the world – a situation which can easily affect everybody in this highly-globalized and interdependent society – it looks advisable for us to take stock and reflect about what we really are after. What is the thing we really aim for?
We have defined early in the game that investment literacy is what this blog cares about, and I assume that is what you, my dear reader, mainly cares about, too. Otherwise, you would not have bothered reading this post right now.
In one of the earliest posts, we defined investment
I originally wanted to write something about New Years Resolutions or the futility of it, but I have been overwhelmed by the holiday overindulgence and stupor.
With a week gone from New Year, it looks passé anymore to even talk about Resolutions.
Hence, I decided instead to write something about what, I believe, are in store for 2012.