On Tuesday it was finally decided and America chose President Barack Obama for another four years, and he gladly accepted another term in the toughest job in the world. If you followed election night on Tuesday, even here in Canada the media coverage was pretty insane, twitter was going nuts, and even the local radio stations were doing hourly updates on who’s leading at the polls. Never the less, I’m glad this hype is over. Billions of dollars were spent on each campaign respectively, the process took a whole year, and a guy who some projected to lose came out as the winner in a landslide. So, now that’s over, we all can go back our homes and live our lives for another for years. Aside from that and just for shits and giggles, I called this win roughly three months ago, and clearly projected President Obama to come back for his second term. Some of you didn’t agree with me, and that’s fine, we all can’t agree on everything. In case you forgot, here was my 2012 Presidential election projection post.
Aside from the election stuff, in case you haven’t noticed the weekend is here. I don’t know about you, but this week flew by for me, and here we are at the weekend. Enjoy your weekend and don’t forget this Sunday, November 11th is Remembrance Day - a day to remember those who fought for all the freedoms we enjoy today. For those of you working in the public sector, I’m overly jealous that you’ll have Monday off!!! :)
Grocery Alerts – We are officially into the holiday shopping season, and before we know it Christmas will be here. Holiday season is generally when our budgets get stretched to the max. But that doesn’t have to be the case if you plan ahead and with a few tips on making the most of the holiday season.
Retire Happy Blog – Not all advisors understand investing for income. Seriously? Why are they advising then? Great post by Jim on advisors, investing and investing for income.
Canadian Budget Binder – Black Friday is just around the corner, and this year it’s happening on November 23rd. Here’s how we Canadians can make the most out of black Friday deals without crossing the border.
Work Save Live- Canadians have increasingly used all kinds of coupons on their shopping trips. Here’s how you can start couponing in Canada.
My Own Advisor – The month of November is Financial Literacy month in Canada, so what better way to kick it off then with a FREE Giveaway and Book Review – Cash Cows, Pigs and Jackpots.
Untemplater – Communication is the foundation to any successful relationship. Yet so often we fail. Here’s a great post on how to improve communication at work and in your personal life.
One Smart Dollar – Talking about money is a hard thing to do. It’s one of the great taboos of our culture, among friends, co-workers and even family members. Here’s how to talk about money with your partner.
The Outlier Model – More and more people are considering taking out a short term loan, and if you listen to reports it looks like the number of loans being accepted is going up every day. Here’s what you need to consider when taking a short term loan.
Passive Cleaning Income – For all of business owners who do some sales and cold calling your self, you should never forget the first rule of sales: Never Knock the Competition.
Za Vas – Jimmy Choo’s strategy to enter the men’s fashion market, and diversify into a full-fledged brand that caters to men and women is fully underway. Check out this post on Jimmy Choo 4 him.
Thanks for stopping by and being part of this weekend’s Finance Fox Weekend Recap. We hope you enjoyed this week’s awesome reads, and see us again right here next weekend where we’ll do it all over again.
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