We collectively crap on people drinking too much takeout coffee, but never judge people for spending on alcohol, a habit that can easily become a much bigger expense.
It turns out it isn’t that hard to stay at home while cutting your fixed expenses to $1,500 per month total. You’ll just need to make a few sacrifices.
A lot of factors can impact your investment accounts, much of it outside of your control. There’s only one way to combat this.
Beating the TSX Composite Index used to be a big source of pride. Here’s why I no longer try, and what index I’ll track (loosely) instead.
You might feel the need to spice up your finances by doing some sub-optimal stuff. Don’t bother. Embrace the boringness.
It was another busy month for your favorite portfolio, with a half dozen different buys.
Since I’m slacking it lately, allow me to feature some of the best blogs on the interwebz today.
The latest financial facelift couple has a net worth of a mere $3.57 million. How will they ever make ends meet during a slightly longer than normal retirement?
22-year-old Nelson had a pretty sad life. He lived in his parents’ basement, didn’t have a car, and ate a lot of cheap food. But it was all part of a well-executed plan.
In 2014 I took a large position in Reitmans shares. Here are my thoughts on this investment five years later, including some pretty damning commentary on management.
I propose we force authors to release a slimmer version of their book for slackers like me who want the info condensed into a small, easy to digest morsel. Who’s with me?
I bought some stocks, yo.