59 cent loonie? That’s what I read about this week along with some Tangerine news, the suggestion to sell everything now, and market weakness advice. Hard to believe that’s what some financial experts are calling for our dollar, but it could happen I guess. Personally, I don’t see it going that low. Maybe $0.65 but really, like the price of oil, what my stocks might do or how my portfolio could perform, what the weather will be like next week….I have no idea. On that note, trying to forecast the future, I’ll have some fun and share some thoughts anyhow on what I think might happen in 2016 with an upcoming post about financial predictions – so stay tuned for that.
In case you missed it this week, I told you we’re closing in on another milestone as part of this dividend income update and I shared three investing habits I’m going to try and kick this year.
Enjoy this Weekend Reading edition and see you here again next week.
Tangerine recently launched Secure Chat that allow clients to interact securely and discuss their banking needs over a real-time chat session. This bank is certainly customer-focused and leading the charge with a shift to digital services.
BMO is launching SmartFolio, its own robo-advisor service. If I get some more details from BMO on this, I’ll post an article.
RBS basically said “sell everything” because 2016 will be a “cataclysmic” year. I’m not following this advice.
Steadyhand had a much more sensible take – they reminded us when it comes to market weakness keep your eye on the prize.
Here’s some advice on what to do now that our oil industry, our dollar and equity markets are blowing up.
Andrew Hallam wrote about blowing up your retirement plan into more manageable bits.
MMM interviewed a lawyer who retired at age 33.
Michael James on Money shared his portfolio return.
Big Cajun Man said his wife is looking to “switch things up” with their groceries.
How To Save Money highlighted the fine print you’ll find on many coupons.
Roadmap2Retire shared an annual update for his portfolio, passive income, blog and more.
Here’s Preet’s simple signal to save more money: