Welcome to your Weekend Reading list. Rob Carrick mentioned this article in The Globe & Mail recently, there’s now a cool DIY mortgage lending service available for Canadians and I answered a few reader questions here.
I’m looking forward to seeing my family this weekend and taking some time off work. I hope you enjoy whatever you have planned this weekend and we’ll see you back here next week.
My friend Frugal Trader wrote about building his “forever money” portfolio, which is very much aligned with my investing journey.
Andrew Hallam wrote about how these early retirees are living off an indexed portfolio.
I guess Mr. Money Mustache is now in the business of ruining marriages due to his popular blog touting the benefits of a frugal badassity lifestyle.
Gordon Pape has put together a portfolio of dividend paying stocks and a bond ETF (XBB) that has delivered double-digit returns.
Boomer & Echo questioned whether you need a real estate agent to sell your home.
Prairie Eco-Thrifter wrote about the danger in assuming.
BCM and insurance pro Chantal Marr help you understand disability and critical illness insurance here. I’m looking forward to posting my take on this subject soon – stay tuned for that.
Mark Goodfield is still out golfing this summer, but he re-posted this article on how to avoid becoming a CRA audit victim.
Michael James on Money shared a saver’s view of his registered accounts.
DGI said dividend growth investors will still make money even if the stock market is closed for 10 years.