Yearly Archives: 2010

Daylight Wasting Time

Last month I had to change the clocks on the stove, the microwave, the video game systems, the cell phone, the time in the car, the wrist watch, the alarm clock, the living room clock, and the office clock. Thankfully most computers change automatically, but there are still many clocks we have to manually change, and as a… Read More »

Facts about Credit Awareness

By | 11/26/2010

I read an interesting article about credit in Canada, albeit not from recent data. ————————– Here are some key points I found interesting about credit awareness: 13% of Canadians feel that based on their current situation they will never be able to retire We should definitely look into lowering this number, for the sake of all our futures.… Read More »

Looking into Commodities

By | 11/24/2010

Introduction to Commodities A commodity is usually a raw substance which has the same price no matter where you buy it from because there are no qualitative differences eg: gold, copper, oil, salt, etc. In other words, it’s the same no matter who produces it. And their price fluctuates with global demand. Earlier this month, the US has… Read More »