Welcome to some Weekend Reading friends. A stressful week for us this week, our cat has not been well and we continue to monitor her health after what was almost an overnight stay at our local animal hospital. We hope she is on the mend and of course we only want what is best for her. It sucks when your beloved family pet is sick…
I’m a fan of the Financial Facelift series in the Globe but the math is certainly suspect for the affluent couple profiled in this article.
Holy Potato wrote about non-registered investment tracking.
This article says oil could hit $20 per barrel.
For dividend investors, how many stocks to buy and hold? Check out what The Dividend Guy and other bloggers think (including yours truly).
Millennials, and even other generations, will get rich slowly by following the advice in this book.
Our Big Fat Wallet chose a variable rate mortgage for his next term. I think this is a good move given rates would need to climb at least 50 basis points to be competitive with a 5-year fixed rate mortgage.
Here is a good sector overview of Canadian banks.
Big Cajun Man said don’t be afraid to live with your parents.
Boomer & Echo reviewed Let’s Get Blunt About Your Financial Affairs. I’ve started to read this book myself and hope to giveaway some copies later this month.
Here is some great advice from Brighter Life about prostate cancer screening. I guess I’m getting to that age…
Read about what consumes your mind controls life, from Blonde on a Budget.
Money We Have wrote about factors that affect your life insurance premiums.