This week in investing and personal finance

by Natalie MacLellan on November 5, 2010

in Fraud Prevention

Well, it has been a busy week for the Nova Scotia Securities Commission.

Yesterday, the Commission settled with former Knowledge House Inc. executive Raymond G. Courtney, who admited to violations of various securites laws. Read more in the Chronicle Herald story Knowledge House director fined $15,000.

We’ve also been featured in the Chronicle Herald, on News 95.7 in Halifax, and in Jim Yih’s the Best of the Blogs regarding a diamond investing scam which is targeting Nova Scotians, as well as the rest of Canada.

We weren’t the only one’s busy this week. There’s lots of great reading out there for you.

2 Cents at the Balance Junkie writes a thought provoking article asking what is a balanced portfolio?

Financial Highway presents a different approach to the same topic, in thier post about just how critical asset allocation can be.

Jim Yih at the Canadian Finance Blog presents Tips To Prevent Running Out Of Money In Retirement.

Frugal Dad discusses How To Clean Up Your Financial Indiscretions.

Gail Vaz-Oxlade writes about the personal side of personal finance in Money and Self.

Enjoy the reading, and your weekend.

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