Weekend Reading – Low-cost ETFs, The Masters, Biden and your finances and more!
Welcome to my latest Weekend Reading edition where I share some of my favourite articles from the week that was across the personal finance and investing blogosphere.
You can find my previous Weekend Reading edition below!
The Masters is on this weekend – so I won’t be getting much work done but that’s a good thing. I enjoy my downtime 🙂
Whatever your plans are, have a great weekend and enjoy!
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I updated My Financial Independence Plan this week – with the final segment to be posted next week!
A reader asked me about my favourite low-cost ETFs.
Here is what a Biden Presidency might mean for your finances from Of Dollars and Data.
Credit Card Genius told us everything we need to know about the revised Aeroplan program.
Dale Roberts is back to try and make sense of the markets this week.
How much is $20 worth? A bundle. If you can keep the discipline of course as A Wealth Of Common Sense knows very well.
Real money indeed. Image from Ben’s post.
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Happy investing and see you in the comments section!