Enjoy these articles I checked out over the last week. Have a great weekend!
Canadian Budget Binder wondered how much online or in-store Christmas shopping you are doing. This year it will be a bit of both for us.
According to this article on Canadian Mortgage Trends the average home price in Canada is approaching $400,000.
Passive Income Earner said too much credit can hurt you.
Ben Carlson informed us that Americans spend almost as much money on insurance, as on food.
Thanks to my ongoing partnership with TSI, readers of this site can get access to The Successful Investor including all back issues for $50 off the standard price (affiliate).
Som Seif, CEO of Purpose Investments, had another chat with Preet Banerjee here.
This blogger wants to go into space.
Million Dollar Journey helped out a reader with a $1 million dollar question.
The Outlier Model helped you understand home insurance.
I read an article about Switzerland’s referendum on guaranteed minimum income for every citizen. Makes me think of the post I wrote recently about Old Age Security, and why OAS for wealthy Canadians makes no sense to me.
I enjoyed John Heinzl’s article about dividend investing: consider yourself an owner (not a trader); focus on income (not share prices); invest in established, quality companies; think and act long term (decades) and relax – dividend investing is a get-wealthy-eventually strategy.
Dan Bortolotti shared the hidden costs of some ETF bid-ask spreads.
Big Cajun Man had some thoughts about the 4% drawn down theory.
Avrex Money wondered if he should be taking risks with his TFSA. I know my answer, no.
Michael James on Money also wrote about TFSAs here, including a focus on re-contribution rules.
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