2016-12-23, 02:02 AM
I am Adam chase, a financial advisor signed up for discussion on Fiance topic.
I see the great discussion on different-different topic, so hoping for better experience
2016-12-29, 12:07 AM
Hey all you lovely people,
I am Sagar from Toronto, Canada. I am a huge blog enthusiast, a financial investor and software developer.
Recently I started my financial blog - personalfinancefreedomdotcom Do checkit out and please post your comments it helps me grow as a person. I am seriously very passionate about sharing my knowledge financially. I have been investing since early age and got into blogging recently.
Many thanks and god bless you all .. keep investing !!
2016-12-29, 05:34 AM
Hello everyone! Hoping to learn more things aside from learning to handle finances and investment. Looking forward!
2017-01-06, 11:07 AM
Hi, I'm new here too!
I work with consumer loans, where I advise in the development of IT systems that optimizes the customers ability to find the best loans on the online market. The market is increasingly demanding cheap cosumer loans, that we try to provide them with. The goal is to make the loaning process as quick and simple as possible for our costumers! At Moneybanker, the costumer enter requirements to a new consumer loan, then the page will automatically find the loan that meets the customer's requirements.
Anyway, I look very much forward to contributing to the many threads on this site - and let myself be inspired by you!
Have a nice day :-)
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2017-01-06, 11:59 AM
2017-01-15, 02:28 AM
Late Comer to DIY Investing
I'm a late comer to the idea of DIY Investing. Started out the usual route when I was younger dumping money irrationally into mutual funds and not really paying attention to what my RRSP's were doing. I skipped several years contributions while raising a family but have come back to investing in earnest.
I've been reading lots of articles and books on investing in the past several years. I finally took the plunge into individual stock picks in the past few years by obtaining an initial company share and adding to it via the transfer agent. At this stage of my life, I don't expect to be able to retire financially independent on my dividend portfolio however I would like to supplement my retirement income via the dividends I am earning.
I suppose my children will reap more of the rewards from my investments than I will, but it will be nice to help cushion my retirement even just a little.
Thanks for reading.