Thursday, March 29, 2007

100th Post

Well today marks a very special day here at Canadian Dream. This is my 100th post. It almost doesn't seem real that I have been writing for this long now, but we are here never the less. So thanks everyone for the comments, questions and ideas for posts. With out you this blog wouldn't exist.

To celebrate I'm going to have another contest. This time I'm going to give away a $25 gift card for Chapters, so that the winner can pick out which personal finance book they want as a prize. To enter please leave a comment to this post with a topic idea for a post or a reader's question before April 3rd, 2007 at 7 pm CST. Limit one entry per person. Contest only open to residents of Canada and the winner will be picked by a random number generator.

Good luck to everyone and thanks for reading.

CD

11 comments:

Sigma2001 said...

Thanks for the blog - I read it everyday.

Topic - Passive income sources.

Frugal said...

Congrats Mr. Dream! May your successes continue!

Topic: Investing Strategies

FT

middleclassmillionaire said...

100 posts congratulations!

Topic: Pay down the mortgage or invest?

Cheers,
MCM

Canadian Money said...

Congrats CD on your 100th post!

My suggestion for a topic is the advertising you have on your blog. Is it worth it etc?

the money diva said...

Congratulations! You have worked hard on this blog!

Topic: Setting intermediate goals (since retirement is so far away)

Dan said...

Congratulations on your 100th post!

Topic- lock-in RRSP

RichardM said...

Congrats on 100!

Topic: Wills

Luc said...

COngrats!
Topic: Personal Finance Software (for CAN market). Not only calculations, but also advice, such as how to minimize taxing.

Darren said...

1000 posts--well done! My suggestion for a topic: Index Funds. I hear so much about the Vanguard 500, but what are the options in Canada?

Sheryl Swan said...

Hi! I am working towards Freedom 55 but would love to go for it sooner. I am almost 51 and looking for a buy-out - anything! Your blog is great because I am learning from your experiences.

Topic: Part-time work in retirement

cardero said...

Great blog.

Topic: How much Canadian equities exposure in RRSP account.