Welcome to some fine Weekend Reading friends – some of the best personal finance and investing articles from the blogosphere.
We need some rain in Ottawa so hopefully the weekend will bring some. Have a great weekend.
I’m trying very hard to avoid any political commentary on this site however as the American election evolves, the more this election reminds me of this movie.
Although the math isn’t spot on, that isn’t the point – I get Andrew Hallam’s take – buying a used car (instead of leasing) is usually a great way to save money over your lifetime. It could be a $1 million decision.
Pete Adeney better known as Mr. Money Mustache shared his secret to early retirement – use money as something to invest rather than something to spend.
John Heinzl shared a few things he’s learned about investing.
Dividend Growth Investor says you shouldn’t immediately applaud this Vanguard move.
Here’s how one couple saved enough money to retire early. Save 70% of your income for a decade or more.
Cait Flanders is on a road trip.
Dividend Earner reviewed TD Direct Investing’s WebBroker platform.
Michael James on Money said “selling low is dumb whether you have a smart-sound reason or not”.
Million Dollar Journey doesn’t use DRIPs (Dividend Reinvestment Plans) for investments inside his leveraged portfolio.
Larry MacDonald profiled this RN with a passion for dividend investing.