Season’s Greetings!


Season’s Greetings!!

I would like to wish you and your family, a most joyous and festive holiday season. Merry X-Mas, Season’s Greetings, and all the best for 2013!

I would like to also take this opportunity to personally thank each one of you for your continued support! It really means a lot to me to have nearly 1200 people subscribed to this blog. Many of you have reached out to me by email or in the comments, and I’ve enjoyed the camaraderie. The friendship and support of other bloggers and financial writers also means a lot to me as well. Not just in terms of blogging, but also with investment ideas, plain old advice, or support when needed.

Starting in February, I will be back to writing regularly for Canadian MoneySaver magazine, and these articles will also be published on the Dividend Ninja. The February article is the first of a two-part series on the dangers of high yield stocks. I wanted to thank managing editor Peter Hodson, Dale Enis, and the CMS staff for their continued support.

I also plan in 2013 to work on getting articles out to some of the other top investing and finance blogs. My plan for 2013 is to continue to grow the Dividend Ninja even more! I also invite you to get in touch with me via my contact form. If you have investing topics you want me to delve into, and I have an idea on the answer, I’ll be glad to do so.

All the best, see you next year! 🙂

4 Responses to “Season’s Greetings!”

  1. farcodev

    Dec 25. 2012

    Thanks to you DN, for this enlightening year about investing (my first one).

    I wish you a good year, good wealth and great progress with the blogs!

    Happy New Year and take care! 😀

    • The Dividend Ninja

      Dec 26. 2012

      Farcodev, thanks! I really appreciate your support. All the best with your investing in 2013! 🙂

  2. Marvin

    Dec 26. 2012

    I look forward to following you in 2013! Sounds like I have a lot to look forward to!

    • The Dividend Ninja

      Dec 26. 2012

      Marvin, thanks! I hope I meet those high expectations. I’ll be following your blog as well. 🙂