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I have been blogging for over a year now, and it has been a great journey. For those that don’t want slog through all the old posts, I’ve compiled a kind of highlight reel (insert ESPN theme here):

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Comments

  1. It’s been a busy year for you Jonathan! Congrats on the huge amount of progress you’ve made. I keep coming back for more.

  2. Does anybody know if financial blogging can be credited as financial work experience in order to get the certified financial professional certification? If not, it should!

    Keep up the good work!

  3. David Gutholc says:

    Just read the latest Business week March 6 2006.
    Also perused your blog and find this last entry most rewarding.
    It is certain that all endeavour is worthwile.
    As you so inteligently comment, the time and effort spent on all endeavour should be measured against its value to you. And the larger your knowledge of that endeavour the better you will be able to determine its value to you.
    You are perhaps not making the best choices in using borrowed monies to try and win the lotery. 0% rates are equivalent to 5% rates if you believe you can beat the market by earning 10%.
    That is where lots of smart people fall. David

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