Weekend Reading – Lower BMO fees, investor profiles, debt tolerance and more

Welcome to another edition of Weekend Reading for your inbox, the best in personal finance and investing from the blogosphere.

In case you missed it, earlier this week I shared the indexed portfolio of blogger and author Kyle PrevostMore recently, I provided an update on our dividend income journey – we’re inching closer to our goal every month.

Thanks for being a fan of this site and sharing My Own Advisor with family and friends.  Enjoy your weekend and Happy Father’s Day – including my very best wishes to my father.

Now for the articles…

BMO cut management fees for some their Exchange Traded Funds this week.

Larry MacDonald profiled a fan of this site in the Globe and Mail.

Check out my updated Helpful Sites page, where you can find FREE financial calculators, FREE ebooks, FREE mortgage planning tools and much more.

Michael James on Money wrote about debt tolerance.

Tawcan suggested strive to be extraordinary.

I enjoyed Boomer & Echo’s anti-Mustachian spending report.  We are very similar without kid expenses but more on travel.

Don’t forget you can test drive ModernAdvisor’s risk-free account for 30 days funded with $1,000 of ModernAdvisor’s money.  At the end of your trial period you can keep any gains if you open and fund a new ModernAdvisor account.

Million Dollar Journey reminded readers of his passive income goal here and shared an update on his financial freedom journey.

Sure Dividends believes investors can make a killing with this Canadian stock.

Here are six alternatives to owning a car.  I could bike to work but it’s a 20 km ride one way with lots of trucks on the road and no dedicated bike path.  No thanks.  We’re tempted to buy a hybrid for our next ride but this beater will have to do for one more year.

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