Welcome to some long Weekend Reading, some of my favourite personal finance and investing articles from the week that was. On this site, I wrote about the best things the TFSA offers and I listed some 20 Canadian dividend paying stocks an investor could almost buy and hold forever.
Over at my friend’s site, Million Dollar Journey, I settled the mortgage paydown vs. investing debate although I’m sure others will continue to write about it again.
I wish you a happy and healthy long weekend – enjoy these articles when you have some downtime.
Steadyhand said to embrace volatility for better returns.
Michael James on Money shared a leverage quiz – interesting stuff.
Mr. CBB says don’t assume there is less stress with financial freedom, agreed, but I feel having no debt and some sort of financial plan is definitely a path worth taking regardless what the future holds.
Here is another quality article from the folks at MoneySense about the 7 chestnuts of personal finance.
The Dividend Guy wondered if there is any further upside in these sectors.
Retire Happy explained some reasons why folks over-contribute to their TFSA. Even some personal finance bloggers mess this up.
Ian McGugan looked at the 4% withdrawal rule.
Freedom Thirty Five Blog wrote about the Whopper of a pending deal: Burger King and Tim Hortons.
Boomer & Echo told us more ways the financial industry is screwing over Canadians.
The Big Cajun Man shared his thoughts about back to school week.
Dividend Mantra invests like an owner.
Barry Choi says to track your spending – now!