Welcome to my first Weekend Reading edition for 2016. How was your New Year? What resolutions did you make? Did you make any? Any big plans for the new year? Family plans? Travel plans? Other plans? Send me a comment or tweet and let me know. We’ve got some plans for 2016 and those include a few financial goals as well so if you missed them – check them out.
Enjoy this edition and see you here next week when I’ll share my dividend income update for 2015, and what I will be investing in, in 2016.
Our Bank of Canada Governor said to get used to a weaker Canadian dollar and more inflation.
Dividend Earner shared some dividend income for December 2015.
Michael James on Money shared some questions from financial hell.
Roadmap2Retire shared some investment picks for 2016.
Not sure what to invest in for 2016? Check out this post about ETFs and stocks built to last.
Although I won’t sell my stocks anytime soon, here’s another reminder why I should consider indexing more (because Warren Buffett says so).
According to this poll, some Canadians are planning to pay down debt in 2016.
Despite bond yields falling of late, RBC decided to increase their 2- to 5-year fixed rate mortgages. I wonder how many folks will nibble on that when other deals can be had…