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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Weekend spend at work

My day was pretty exhausting as I finish my shift at midnight yesterday, and begin wake up at 7:30AM to run to work for 9:30AM. I was told to leave around 7:30PM, when there was no call, so I left. I set-up my NIP for my CIBC Dividend card, went for groceries, and went home. I work also tomorrow. I hope to get 1 100$ after taxes in paycheck in 2 weeks for now. I also have overtime for Monday, where I will do 9AM to midnight, but it’s going to be my last day of overtime. After what, I will be working from 4 to midnight, from Monday to Friday, which is my regular shift. I was told there wasn’t going to have overtime available for a little while after that. For sure, I won’t be doing overtime for at least 2 weeks, even if there’s any available. I had taken over 70 calls today. It was crazy.

About my debt management plan

During my lunch time, I call my credit cards to see if something could be arrange for a credit card balance transfer of my current 2 500$ I have at 3.99% and which will expire by the end of September. It’s seem like no special interest rate can be propose to me at this time by td visa card or RBC Visa. At both places, I told the guys I had 50 000$ worth in investment. They didn’t seem to be impress by that because they didn’t make me an offer lol.

The only solution is the offer at RBC Visa for the month of October, but October only, as my current special offer with my td visa card expires this upcoming September. This is too bad, but at least, I know where I am going. In 2 weeks, I will be able to make a payment of 700$ on my credit card. The debt will than be at 1 800$. I was thinking about selling my Desjardins Fidelity True North Fund. Currently, my Desjardins Fidelity True North Fund worth around 1 050$. After what, I would only had left 750$ to pay. If only I could sell Dumont Nickel at 4 cents! But that deal hasn’t happen yet. And I doubt it could happen anytime soon… I cannot rely on that little trading deal to make money out of it. I have 350$ in my ING Direct account. I have to say, I don’t have too much in my internet savings accounts.

I have around 100$ on my TD credit line at 8%... We are now down to 300$. I could pay the 300$ in October. By the end of October, I could transfer the 2 500$ at RBC Visa for the month of October and by the end of October, I could pay off the 300$ I need to pay. I don’t to pay 19% in credit card rate on a 2 500$ debt of mine knowing I have the resources to pay off this debt. It’s frustrating. 19% on 2 500$ make 475$ in interest for a year, for 40$ of interest per month… And knowing I continue to carry on other debts, I am better to pay off this one as soon as possible.

But at the same time, the selling of my Desjardins Fidelity True North Fund make me feel sad because Desjardins Fidelity True North Fund was my really first investment… Sometimes, selling is a necessity. You can talk to Derek Foster about it lol.

More about my Dumont Nickel (DNI) deal

Earlier this summer, I had purchased 23 000 stocks of Dumont Nickel (DNI) at 3 cents per stock. The investment value was of 719$. I was hoping to sale DNI at 4 cents. I place the sell order in July. But in July, Dumont Nickel (DNI) never hit back the magic 4 cents. I renew the sell order in August. My sell order had expired on August 28, and the sell never went through. Could August 31 be my lucky day? We never know, but I doubt DNI will reach 4 cents on that day. I will renew my order for sure; I hope one day this penny stock trade will work out… lol.

Just Energy Income Fund dividend

Also today, I received one new unit of Just Energy Income Fund… and 10 cents in cash in my td waterhouse broker. I should had received not 10 cents but around 7$, knowing that the price of one unit of Just Energy Income Fund is around 13$. I will verify my account again tomorrow. Or... Could it be another mistake of TD Waterhouse? (LOL!!!!)

Happy Surprise: my Google AdSense income is slowly increasing

I am not writing for HubPages for nothing after all. My Google AdSense income had slowly increasing and so my Ebay earnings. I am looking forward to continue my online money journey. It’s just I didn’t have too much time lately.

And what’s next?

More of my extraordinary writing on HubPages, selling of Desjardins Fidelity True North Fund, payment of my 2 500$ credit card, opening of my Scotia iTRADE account and… job searching :)

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