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There is a close relationship between do-it-yourself and blew-it-yourself investing. Five big blunders of 'do-it-yourself' investors
The 5 Dumbest Things You Can Do if You Have too Much Debt
This seems to be the time of year when reality sets in: whatever we're doing with fitness, money, or other routines -- well, by this point it's not about New Year's, resolutions anymore. February is real life, and it's probably how things are going to stay at least until summer starts, unless we take action to change them Download a Free Spending Journal In my book, that makes February a perfect time to re-examine your reality. Pull back a few paces from the daily grind of your life, take a clear-eyed look at the evidence you see, and then figure out -- with as cool a head as you can -- what it means for you, and especially what it means for what you're getting out of life. Doing this takes some bravery, because a lot of people go to great lengths to avoid dealing with reality. Time to get REAL
The Financial Crisis - A visual Guide to How the Economy Went Into Recession Almost overnight, the talking heads went from perpetuating the euphoria of investors to rushing to pronounce the economy dead.
After two and half years, Moneyville® has a new life as the personal finance section of the Toronto Star. You'll still find the stories in the Star on Mondays and online throughout the week with bloggers and contributors including personal finance columnist Ellen Roseman, Gordon Pape on investing and Mark Weisleder on real estate. We're adding two long-time contributing columnists, Rudy Luukko on mutual funds and Bill Carrigan on technical investing.