Weekend Reading – Investment fee calculators, beating the index, priorities and more

Welcome to my latest Weekend Reading edition friends, where you can find some of the best personal finance and investing articles from the blogosphere.

Earlier this week, I shared our latest dividend income update on our path to early retirement and I posted this interview with early retiree Ross Grant, who shows you how you can potentially beat the index following his investment strategy.

Have a great weekend and see you here next week for more articles, including an upcoming profile from a reader who has gravitated to index investing.  Enjoy!

Kudos to Sandi Martin for this Canadian Investment Fee Calculator.   It was built to compare the cost of investing across Canada with online portfolio management companies like Nest Wealth, Justwealth, WealthBar, Steadyhand, Wealthsimple, BMO SmartFolio, Invisor, ModernAdvisor, and Portfolio IQ.

Boomer & Echo highlighted some financial priorities for you.

Money We Have shared three credit card mistakes to avoid.

Rob Carrick provides some warning to those thinking about home care services.  It’s not exactly cheap.

BMO is cutting 1,850 jobs and raised their dividend recently.

CIBC increased their dividend to $1.21 per share.

Wealthsimple is calling all brilliant financial advisors!   They’ve launched a new platform to support financial planners, portfolio managers, investment advisors, lawyers and the list goes on.  Pretty interesting service.

Thanks to Joel Schlesinger from the Winnipeg Free Press for reaching out to me, and interviewing me about REITs.

Tawcan did some weird things to save money in his 20s.

Roadmap2Retire wrote about a multipronged approach to investing.

Million Dollar Journey encourages you to get a financial checkup.

10 Responses to "Weekend Reading – Investment fee calculators, beating the index, priorities and more"

  1. Got to love those banks, assuming one owns the stock. Most have paid a dividend since the 1800’s and increased them regularly. Yeah, past performance blah, blah, but I’m glad to accept that they will continue as they have!


Post Comment