In case you missed some posts in my series What’s In Your Portfolio, here’s a recap what some savvy investors have kindly shared with me over the last couple of weeks:
Enjoy this Weekend Reading list and good luck with any Christmas shopping. Tick-Tock…Tick-Tock…
The second installment of Rob Carrick’s Guide to the Best ETFs can be found here, where Rob shares his favourite TSX-listed ETF covering the U.S. stock market.
You can pre-order Preet Banerjee’s new book here, and get it for just $10. I’m looking forward to reading Stop Over-Thinking Your Money!
Here is an article that discusses the rationale behind company stock splits. Recently, National Bank and TD Bank announced 2-for-1 splits (thanks).
A Wealth of Common Sense wrote about how most professional athletes squander money.
I was happy to learn Michael James will continue to run his blog. He should, I give him some content now and then.
In the very well written category, Dan Bortolotti answered a reader question about when to use U.S. listed ETFs in a portfolio.
Kerry Taylor said she’s done with holiday sales events.
The Passive Income Earner wondered why you’re still paying fees for a chequing account.
Jim Yih shared his portfolio of ETFs.
Boomer and Echo listed a great list of online calculators.
Canadian Mortgage Trends offered some indicators for mortgages. They wrote: “Speaking of short-term rates, financial markets have been pricing in greater odds of a rate cut than a rate hike through mid-2014. While no one truly expects a cut, this probability is nonetheless positive for existing variable-rate mortgagors.”
Kyle on Y&T asked us what $11,000 in TFSA contribution room would mean. It would be great.
Mr. CBB wrote about his net worth, up over 1% last month.
Some interesting money quotes courtesy of BrighterLife.ca.
Modest Money has a nice $250 cash giveaway on his site.
MoneySense told us lower expected returns mean a couple things you probably don’t want to hear: saving more or retiring later.