Welcome to your Weekend Reading list. Here are some of my favourite articles from the week that was. I’ll be back next week to discuss how much you might need to retire and giveaway from tax stuff thanks to my friends at TurboTax. Make sure you come back for your chance to win!
Have a great weekend,
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Warren Buffett is ready to fork out $1 billion if you correctly predict the entire NCAA basketball tournament.
Dan Bortolotti advocated the importance of calculating your personal rate of return while telling us not to sweat the small stuff: “don’t obsess over the small details of your asset mix, and don’t embrace complicated portfolios if you prefer simplicity. Just build a diversified, low-cost portfolio, stay invested, and rebalance when necessary.”
Passive Income Pursuit wrote about his goal for dividend investing.
Retire Happy wrote an excellent article about bonds even though I don’t many anymore.
Big Cajun Man wrote about his annoyance with big banks, namely why more of them don’t offer more choices when it comes to Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs).
Boomer & Echo’s article raised some eyebrows within the mutual fund industry. Good on him to do so.
Have a great weekend!