Hello from Canada

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canoe
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Hello from Canada

Post by canoe »

Hi everyone! I’ve read the blog (the entire blog!) and the book, but haven’t spent much time on the forum as of yet. That changes now.

A bit about me:

I’m in my early-mid-twenties and just starting my career. I was lucky enough to come across ERE via MMM before graduating university.

I’m currently working in tech, but I really like the idea of using complete or partial financial independence to try out various different jobs without worrying about retraining costs/low pay in order to live a more varied life.

I’m planning on starting a journal at some point, although things aren’t terribly interesting in my financial life at the moment. (I’m still living with my parents and my job is remote due to COVID-19 so my expenses are pretty much non-existent. This is great for my savings rate, but it means there’s not much opportunity for optimization or problem solving.)

See you around the forum!

LiquidSapphire
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Post by LiquidSapphire »

welcome!

slsdly
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Post by slsdly »

Welcome fellow Canadian tech worker!

Crusader
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Location: Toronto, Canada

Re: Hello from Canada

Post by Crusader »

Greetings from Toronto :D

Flurry
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Post by Flurry »

Welcome, person from my favourite country to invest in. :D

Crusader
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Re: Hello from Canada

Post by Crusader »

Flurry wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 5:55 am
Welcome, person from my favourite country to invest in. :D
I am curious, why is that?

Flurry
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Re: Hello from Canada

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Crusader wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 12:04 pm
I am curious, why is that?
I like to pick Dividend stocks. Canada has many Smallcaps with interesting business models which pay monthly dividends. The valuations are also much lower than for comparable US stocks.

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