Welcome to the latest edition of my Weekend Reading list. Before we get to the other articles, I recently shared some top Canadian dividend ETFs to consider for your portfolio and how we spent our tax refund this year.
Enjoy these articles and of course your weekend.
Andrew Hallam is going to live abroad soon, for months maybe years on end, and suggested you can live better on less.
DGI reviewed ConocoPhillips.
At Dividend Ladder, there’s a new ebook out called Smart Dividend Investing. I’ll be reading the book soon and hope to have a review out sometime in June.
Dividend Growth Stock Investing offered some tips to create your own dividend growth investment plan.
Michael James on Money said taking CPP too early anchors Canadians thinking.
MoneySense Magazine said home affordability is becoming a stretch for many Canadians.
Big Cajun Man had another interesting take on debt and it’s clear he doesn’t like it.
My University Money remains passionate about financial literacy.
I thought my 14-year-old car was old…this guy drives a car with over 300,000 miles on it.
Congrats to Roadmap2Retire who just bought a house.
On Master Your Portfolio, learn about the second biggest hidden fee Canadian investors pay.
Canadian Mortgage Trends, one of my favourite sites for mortgage news, wrote about sustainably unsustainable borrowing rates.