Welcome to a Remembrance Day edition of Weekend Reading.
Here were my posts over the last week:
I encourage you to take some time this weekend to remember those who fought for all the freedoms we enjoy today. It’s because of their sacrifices that despite some turmoil now and again, we live in the greatest country in the world. #LestWeForget
We also owe the men and women who continue to serve our country the utmost respect and gratitude – so thank you.
Cait Flanders is set to sell thousands of copies of her mindful budgeting planner for 2017.
Barry Choi told us about the stark realities if you can’t pay your credit card bill.
I liked what Bridget Eastgaard told her friends at Tangerine Bank recently:
Tom Drake said a good way to increase your income is to start a home-based business.
Dividend Growth Investor said timing the market is both costly and risky. Not to mention nearly impossible.
Tawcan believes some frugality can prevent catastrophic events on earth.
Ben Carlson wrote about how investors develop bad habits. Learning the wrong things from the wrong people is one.
Last but not least I want to thank my friends at Canadian MoneySaver for the opportunity to deliver my DRIPping Canadian Stocks webinar last night. Check out their site for copy of my presentation soon. I look forward to writing some new content with them in 2017.
Have a great weekend!