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And the new name of Rob Carrick’s blog is...

A few weeks ago, we asked you - our readers - to help us find a new name for Globe Investor columnist Rob Carrick's daily blog, a collection of the best online articles, blog posts and infographics relating to personal finance.

The blog was called The Reader, but we were looking for something jazzier. So we pored through hundreds of your suggestions and finally picked: Carrick on Money.

The winning name was submitted on Rob Carrick's facebook page by Derrill MacDonald, who will receive free copies of Mr. Carrick's two most recent books: How Not to Move Back in With Your Parents: The Young Person's Complete Guide to Financial Empowerment and Rob Carrick's Guide to What's Good, Bad and Downright Awful in Canadian Investments Today.

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Thanks to everyone who sent in a suggestion -- you certainly are a creative lot.

To read more from Rob Carrick, bookmark our Personal Finance site here. Twice a week, you can also receive our personal finance newsletter. To sign up for that, log into the site and click here.

Roma Luciw
Personal finance web editor.

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Roma Luciw is the Globe and Mail’s personal finance editor. She has worked at the Globe as a business journalist since 2001, covering stock markets, breaking news, and most recently anything that helps regular Canadians manage their own money. More

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