Tuesday, December 18, 2007

the moneygardener highlights

New to the moneygardener...? If so, you should make sure you take the time to read these particular posts...

Personal Finance

defying cash emergency funds

'relationship' banking

personal finance & the shabby room

Stock Analysis

GE - past success, future potential

Yellow Pages Income Fund

Bank of America purchase

the moneygardener Favourites

late stage capitalism

want a raise?

want to ensure financial difficulty your entire life?

the human side of dividends

To those loyal readers of the moneygardener, thanks for the support! I really appreciate the numerous emails I get from readers, and I hope you continue to read and participate in this blog, which I really enjoy maintaining.

If you have any suggestions for post topics that you would like to see on the moneygardener, feel free to send me an email...

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3 comments:

FourPillars said...

Hi MG - what do you think about CIBC? Is now a good time to "buy on a dip"? or are they just too risky?

Mike

MG said...

Hi Mike, I actually haven't been following the CIBC saga. The stock is not on my watchlist, mainly because I believe there are better Canadian banks out there, and I find that CIBC is accident prone and has little corporate direction.

Anonymous said...

I agree with mg about CIBC, that it is accident prone and there are better Canadian Banks out there.

Having said that, I have CIBC on my radar not as a long term holding but for my play money. Just imagine if you had invested in CIBC after the ENRON scandal when the market punished this good (not great) bank.

I am waiting for more right offs and punishment by the market in the new year.