Weekend Reading – Hockey is back, I suppose that’s good and great blogs
Welcome back NHL. #gameon. Do you care?
I suppose I’ll watch the game(s) this weekend since the World Juniors didn’t do anything for me recently but now the new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) has been signed, I have to ask, what was all the fuss all about?
I mean c’mon…it took the billionaires and multimillionaires 4 months to agree to share revenues 50%-50%?
The rich players couldn’t decide in an afternoon if they wanted a new defined benefit pension plan?
It was difficult decision to retain a health and safety committee?
Oh, let’s not forget, it took some time to figure out illegal substances like stimulants and amphetamines should be prohibited from the league.
I love NHL hockey, I’m glad its back but the drama was painful and the process to the new CBA was idiotic.
Leading off this Weekend Reading list, Dan Bortolotti from Canadian Couch Potato is starting a new partnership with the fine folks at PWL Capital Inc. Dan wrote:
“I am pleased to announce that I have partnered with PWL Advisors in Toronto to offer a unique service for DIY index investors. For a flat fee, budding Couch Potatoes can now work with me and two licensed advisors—Justin Bender and Shannon Dalziel—to design and implement an ETF portfolio at a discount brokerage.”
Kudos to Dan and PWL for this partnership…I suspect they’ll have many customers.
Michael James took issue with market outlooks.
My University Money has some diverse goals for 2013.
Million Dollar Journey told us how to calculate investment returns without becoming an Excel guru.
It’s a new year, time for a new budget for Loonie Bin.
Financial Highway wrote about 9 ways to build passive income.
Boomer & Echo wrote early RRSP withdrawals for “quick cash” may cost you.
Speaking of things that cost you, check out this infographic from Canadian Mortgage Inc. about our Canadian economy, debt and you.
Prairie Eco-Thrifter had some suggestions for a waste free lunch.
Finance Fox questioned whether business with friends is a good idea.
Steadyhand said not to dread your year-end portfolio statement because you might be surprised by 2012 results.
Dividend Ninja made a compelling case why many Canadians should avoid mutual funds.
Thirty Six Months suggested marketing your blog like a startup.
Dividend Growth Stock Investing considered building up his cash reserve for a perfect investing opportunity. I tend not to build up too much in reserve; I prefer to have my money working for me as much as possible. Besides, when is the perfect investing opportunity?
Big Cajun Man had a few financial ideas for your next birthday celebration.
The Passive Income Earner listed some U.S. dividend aristocrats. I own eight of them.
Dividend Yield or Dividend Growth? Read about it here on Dividend Guy Blog.
Retire Happy told us to pay ourselves first.
Tom Drake was wondering if you’re being realistic about your financial goals. I think so?
Preet Banerjee on WhereDoesAllMyMoneyGo.com found some time to interview a couple of great personal finance bloggers. Check it out!
The Outlier Model and friends are giving away $100!
Canadian Budget Binder wrote about money lessons growing up.
Susan Brunner reviewed a bunch of Canadian banks recently, and TD was one of them.Thanks for reading and sharing this article.