Jun 26, 2010

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Fisher…seeking new horizons…promised not to write anymore…will miss u all…Good-bye!


UPDATE (10/10/2010):

First, a thank you to the readers who wrote in asking me to continue…my special thanks to Hari. Yes, I’m back and finally decided to continue writing. However, I’ll not be able to write more than two or at the most three posts in a month.

24 comments:

  1. AnonymousJune 26, 2010

    Are you stopping your great articles !!!
    I've never found such lucid explanations of money matters anywhere. Do reduce the frequency of posting if need be, but please do continue to write :)

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  2. Seriously??!

    Will miss you too... :(

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  3. please see if you can continue to write.

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  4. But why? If you find satisfaction, a sense of fulfillment, then it is judicious decision. Otherwise, don't leave us.

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  5. But why ? Why did you decide not to write any more ? Any specific reason ? I will be really sad if that is your final decision on this.

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  6. Hi Mr. Fisher
    Promised? Never or not anymore?
    What a waste of talent
    Will miss your articles...
    Of course you can always change your mind!!
    And keep other promises...
    Hari

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  7. AnonymousJuly 01, 2010

    But Why?

    ??

    Mahavir

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  8. AnonymousJuly 06, 2010

    Will certainly miss your articles.....
    Btw, will you continue to maintain the website? Bcoz i m sure, this site still will be very informative for the new readers...let us know.
    Thanks.

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  9. AnonymousJuly 10, 2010

    Request you to continue writing this blog! It has been an eye opener for me!

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  10. Hi Mr. Fisher
    You've promised not to write but I hope you're still reading comments in your blog.
    The other day I was reading the book - "Ascent of Money" and I have come to realise that your blog has done a lot to improve my knowledge of personal finance. Borrowing from Wikipedia - "Personal finance is to financial literacy what being able to read one's own handwriting is to literacy". Unquote
    Thank you again. And repeating the request of the last comment - please continue to maintain this blog.
    regards,
    Hari

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  11. AnonymousJuly 15, 2010

    but why??
    Please continue writing

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  12. Sibin JosephAugust 13, 2010

    Mr Fisher,
    I found your blog couple of days back and I think I have read most of the articles. This is the most straight talk I have ever had regarding investing.
    It is too bad that you have decided to stop writing. This is one blog I would have followed religiously.

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  13. Hi Fisher
    I guess it was so much of a surprise - you leaving all of a sudden i.e. that I've forgotten to wish you "all the very best!!" - in your quest for new horizons!
    Am still checking this blog once in a while. Never gonna give up...
    regards,
    Hari

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  14. Hi Fisher,

    Good luck for your future endeavors - I am sure you have your reasons to move on.

    But please know that you have done a great service by being active so far. Your blog is one of the best I have found about Financial literacy in India - and your knowledge, simplicity of explaining and your level of service will be deeply missed. At the back of the minds of all the fans of themoneyquest, we are hoping that this is just a short break and you will be back and expand the blog even further! :)

    I wish you the very best and thank you immensely for your contribution in making thousands of people like me, more aware of financial handling and not be petrified of it.

    Best Regards,

    Pancham

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  15. your posts guides for my personal finance and i find it very useful.
    it cleared my many doubts.
    anyway best of luck for ur new path chosen.

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  16. hi! i just found your blog today and have been reading it for the past 3 hours when i come across this.. too bad.. but thanks a lot for all the informative advice and they way you put it is very clear and easy to understand for all.. will surely use a lot of the investment advice here..
    thanks for all the good work

    rohan

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  17. First, a thank you to the readers who wrote in asking me to continue…my special thanks to Hari. Yes, I’m back and finally decided to continue writing. However, I’ll not be able to write more than two or at the most three posts in a month.

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  18. Welcome back Fisher!!! I missed your writing.

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  19. Hi Fisher
    Great to be reading you again.

    regards,
    Hari

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  20. Bharat PatelOctober 22, 2010

    Hey Fisher, You're back, is great news. Please keep writing, we are reading....

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  21. I'm so glad that you are back Mr. Fisher. You have been my financial guiding light!

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  22. Dear Fisher,

    It is my humble request to you not to stop writing on this website......Your articles are best .......as far as advice on personal finance is concerned .....no one can beat you.PLEASE ....PLEASE ...PLEASE write as often as possible .............and DONT EVEN THINK OF STOPING THIS GOOD WORK YOU ARE DOING FOR INDIVIDUAL LIKE ME WHO ARE COMPLETELY DEPENDENT ON YOUR WEBSITE..FOR FINANCIAL GUIDANCE........

    Regards,

    Dhaval .

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  23. Dear Mr. Fisher,

    Your blog has truly made an impact in my life.. I read and re-read your articles for my day to day simple financial planning.. although it is very early for people such as me to plan things, i believe this is the best foundation that i could have possible asked for.. you are the best!..

    I dont want to put too much praise or pressure on you, so will stop myself here.. please take your time in putting up great posts..

    Sunny

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  24. Mr Fisher

    Your blog is simply the best, I visit it frequenly whenever I'm tired and fatigued, it always uplifts me. thanks a lot

    amiya

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