I’ve been doing a little bit of writing for a Motley Fool, since apparently I am in demand as some sort of writeer type guy. If you’d like typos and bad grammar on your website, then I’m your man. You can send me an electronic mail message at financialuproar [at] gmail [dot] com. I also accept faxes and if you’d like my beeper number I can hook you up.
Fun fax story: once my dad sent a fax for some reason that I now forget to the office I worked at. I thought it was an inefficient method of communication, since I could have just easily passed on the message to the person in question. So I grabbed the fax and wrote “is this how we communicate now?” and faxed it back to him. I am such a troll.
Let’s do some links.
If you like going to the movies and eating altogether too much popcorn like your boy Nelly, you might be interested in reading about Cineplex stock. It would be extra fun if you read about it on your phone while waiting for the movie to start. Just kidding. That’s popcorn eating time.
At some point, we’re all going to be incontinent and spend most of our time just taking it easy waiting for the old folks’ home dinner. There are a whole bunch of baby boomers who are like 20 years away from this. It’s a huge investment opportunity.
If you think China’s whole debt problem is going to end up eventually blowing up, I’ve got 4 stocks you’re probably going to want to stay away from. Also, speaking of China, you should probably stay away from the wonton soup. Sure, it’s tasty, but the wontons are just unfortunately shaped.
This one’s from a little while ago, but I took another shot at dividend growth investors. I just can’t help myself. I pointed out that a large current dividend might be better than a growing one, especially if the holding period is slightly less than forever.
And finally, I took a look at how the dogs of the TSX strategy has outperformed the market over the last 30 years. What’s the dogs of the TSX strategy? It’s a secret. I can’t tell you here.
That’s about it. See you tomorrow for the dump.