Weekend Reading – Net worth updates, yield, income, Coca-Cola and more

Welcome to another fine Weekend Reading list.  First up, a reminder about my posts this week:  some common DIY investor mistakes and a primer about money management fees for mutual funds and more.

Enjoy the rest, some of my favourite articles from the week that was.

Asset Grinder, still in his 30s, has a very impressive 7-figure net worth update.

Dividend Growth Investor asked himself:  Should I have a minimum yield requirement?

Tawcan shared his dividend income update.

The Passive Income Earner showed the tremendous returns of Coca-Cola stock.  Then again, this blogger slammed Coca-Cola stock.

Spring Personal Finance Blog asked you to fill in the blank:  I don’t want to spend money on ________.

Canadians are not confident they own enough life insurance – read more from LSM here.

Rob Carrick said Robo-Advisers have arrived, and this might be a great thing for investors.

Brian So shared 10 reasons why mortgage life insurance is a bad product.

MoneySense Magazine reminded us about foreign withholding taxes.

Million Dollar Journey listed some risks that come with Defined Benefit (DB) pension plans.

Dividend Growth Investor asked himself:  Should I have a minimum yield requirement?

Prairie Eco-Thrifter discussed some lessons learned as an investor.

Big Cajun Man asked:  What is my TFSA limit?

The Blunt Bean Counter discussed permanent changes to T1135 – Foreign Income Reporting.

BrighterLife.ca and Sun Life Financial are getting into gamification to improve workplace financial literacy.

22 Responses to "Weekend Reading – Net worth updates, yield, income, Coca-Cola and more"

    1. A good summer, thanks, I hope the same for you. I think Krystal is going to try and organize something in the spring 2015. Hopefully we can meet up then!

      Stay in touch long before then,
      Mark

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      1. Hi Mark, yes I am. Still in the design stage about 6-8 weeks away. Will be called

        Paid To Invest – ” Achieving financial success through investments that pay”

        My experience investing in the markets for the past 35 years as an ordinary DIY investor.

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        1. Paid To Invest – ” Achieving financial success through investments that pay”.

          I like it. I suspect you’re an income or dividend investor then. I think we’ll get along just fine 😉

          All the best with the site, and keep me posted,
          Mark

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  1. Thanks for sharing this reading list with us. You list several blogs that I have never heard of with some great articles. Enjoyed the Cajun Finance article and the Blunt Bean Counter as well. Have a great weekend.

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