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Black Friday Shopping

The American Thanksgiving holiday is known for many things. From a time to gather together as friends and family to enjoy turkey and treats to the full Thursday lineup of NFL football, there is much to look forward to. This also marks one of the largest shopping extravaganzas...
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Liberal Majority Government

Politics in Canada. Hum. There’s usually not a whole lot to report on this front. Canadians are a very easy-going bunch. We don’t make too much noise and generally don’t get together as a group on many issues beyond sports like hockey and the Blue Jays (yes, baseball...
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Introducing The Financial Freedom Dictionary!

The hardest part of learning any new skill is getting started. Time and time again when I am discussing the concept of financial independence with interested parties, they say they feel lost from the outset because they simply have not learned the language. We would like to introduce...
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Watchlist For October

I have been preaching quite a bit recently regarding the importance of keeping a watchlist on hand for fire sales in the stock market. With rampant volatility run amok, being prepared with some stocks you’d like to own and knowing the prices you’d like to pay is critical...
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I Love Running: Ottawa Army Run Half-Marathon

As you may well know by now, one of my great passions is personal finance. I love building lifelong streams of income that will take care of me even when I no longer work myself. What you may not know about me is that I also love running....
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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: $8,000 Invested

I’ve been doing a lot of talking around this site recently regarding the state of the stock market generally. With +2% oscillations coming almost daily, there has been no shortage of headlines to filter through. One of our most trusted rules of investing is that downturns represent opportunities....
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Recent Buy: Bank of Nova Scotia

The recent volatility in the stock market has demonstrated the importance of keeping a watch list of stocks on hand. This way, when equity markets crater downward it is possible to move quickly without needing to go into a full analysis of stocks and potentially miss an opportunity....
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Five Year Plan

My journey to financial independence can be traced back roughly to the year 2006. To my best recollection I was around 19 when I first stumbled across the book, Guide To Getting Rich by Robert Kiyosaki. It is one of Kiyosaki’s lesser-known titles and certainly far less heralded...
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2015 Mid-Year Review: Part I

You can read Part II here. With June now firmly in the books and the GRB Anniversary being complete, we are now half-way through twenty-fifteen. As at the beginning of each year it is good practice to take measure of where we have been and where we would...
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Elevate Your Standards

One of the ways we experience life is to compare ourselves with those around us. While it is never a good idea to do so jealously, I believe it is important to observe the behaviours of the people around us. It is one way to see whether their...
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