Financial Site of the Day (Dec97)
Hmmm...time to start a new thread (and also to start thinking about Christmas.)
If ya don't have enough information about the economy to make investment decisions then this oughtta help The Cents Financial Journal.
Veronica is looking very dapper today. Well positioned add. Right in the middle of the Vancouver quotes.
Lots of info on taxes and other good stuff. KPMG
1 note the aptly-named tag of the "strikeout" attribute.
Very useful site Bylo. The home URL is http://www.mailposte.ca/CPC2/menu_01.html Lots of info on this site and no need for collecting the Post Office books anymore.
Some interesting pages on The Mining Company site:
Bylo, my hero! Don't tell me that even you can get fooled by the digestive tract of this website's computer and end up posting the same message twice? Is there nothing a guy can believe in anymore?
Believe in Santa !
HOHOHO, Truly words to live by! P.S. Is that your name or postal code?
Hate to destroy your faith in my infallibility, but actually I made a syntax error in the first post. The second post was intentionally added as a correction. FundLib's computer is not-guilty - this time.
I will answer that in your annual letter to me !
Good one Newbie. I notice that the miningco. site also has Personal Finance - Canada Online Net Links, with more links for us.
Bylo, My faith in you is restored O Cybernetic One!! But why the name change? Are you 'fessing up under an assumed identity?
Nope, same old Bylo. Only sometimes the last name changes to reflect the mood or occasion. :-)
Here are yet more links to "some resources to start you on the way the HTML mastery."
Assuming that investors will be focusing more on Europe in the next couple of years, a good site to monitor, especially with regard to developments in Europe, is the Financial Times (London) site.
You will also note a modified version of the P/E ratio at the same site with an interactive "calculator":
I just ran into another site which may be very interesting to those with an international outlook:
This site has links to BOWESPA (Sao Paula), FWB (Germany), LSE (London), SBF (Paris), Nasdaq, Toronto, NYSE, Hong Kong, Tokyo and 76 !!!!!! other countries.