Dan Bortolotti

Dan Bortolotti Interview – Debunking Dividend Myths

For those of you who don’t know Dan, he is an advocate for Index Investing, and his knowledge of this subject is extensive. His blog the Canadian Couch Potato is a fantastic resource for both the novice and experienced investor. Dan is also an accomplished author, and for more than 10 years he has contributed regular articles for Canada’s MoneySense magazine. This interview is inspired from the Debunking Dividend Myths series which Dan wrote on his blog in January and February 2011. To say the ...

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Derek Foster

Derek Foster Interview – Becoming a Millionaire with Simple Investment Strategies

Derek Foster needs no introduction! He quit the rat race at 34 and became a millionaire using simple investment strategies.  He shared his unique approach in his five National Bestselling Books, including STOP WORKING: Here’s How You Can Full Disclosure: We earn a commission if you click this link and make a purchase, at no additional cost to you. , and The Idiot Millionaire Full Disclosure: We earn a commission if you click this link and make a purchase, at no additional ...

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Predicting the markets

What Should I Invest In for 2012? Part-2

As mentioned in Part-1 of this series, I set out to write a wrap-up of investing strategies for 2012. While I was writing the post, the thought occurred to me why not ask the other well known bloggers and financial writers what they think? I was delighted with the response I received, and it’s now turned into this much larger two-part post. Here is a recap what I sent them, hoping for a small paragraph: “Short of hauling out the crystal ball, because your guess is as good as mine, I also wanted ...

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Financial Forecaster

What Should I Invest In for 2012? Part-1

I originally set out to write a wrap-up of investing strategies for 2012. The focus of the article was going to be much the same propaganda I usually spout, such as keeping a balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds, sticking with a plan through thick and thin, investing in solid dividend paying stocks, and not getting lured into the high yield trap etc. But I’ve said that so many times before… While I was writing this post, the thought occurred to me why not ask the other well known bloggers ...

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