This week’s linkfest features articles on Transcontinental, IGM Financial, and Molson Coors, as well as a unique side hustle and incredibly cheap grocery budgets.read more
Mailed it in a bit with today’s post. Whatever, it’s not like you guys are paying for this. Wait, you are? Why don’t I see any of this money?read more
Most Canadian sector ETFs don’t really offer much diversification and have some of the highest fees out there. Just don’t bother.
2018 was a bit of a step back for ol’ Nelly’s Lending Loop portfolio, but I’m not discouraged. I’ve taken numerous steps to safeguard the portfolio.
It seems like every famous person owns a house or three or six. Why is that? Why exactly do so many celebrities buy real estate? I have a few ideas.
This week’s linkfest has more words about my favorite stock of 2019, the deets on maternity leave, why buying the dip doesn’t work, and much more. Feast yo eyes, yo.
Gerald Cotten, CEO of QuadrigaCX, may have faked his own death to get out of his terribly managed crypto exchange fiasco. Y’all are going to want to read this one.
PG&E in California showed us there’s a risk of your favorite utility stock screwing up and going to zero. I attempt to quantify that risk and determine if you should be worried.
This month’s stock watch list includes possibly the only stock in the country that fell in January, a beaten-up company with basically a monopoly and the best insurance company in Canada.
That reasonable 0.2%… 0.3%… or even 0.5% ETF fee can really add up over the course of a few decades.
I make an important announcement in this post while examining what exactly my version of a happy retirement looks like.
This week’s linkfest features caring robo advisors, advice on buying small businesses, an interesting stock trading at a 40% discount, and tax avoidance strategies for the super rich.
Many value investors swear insider buying is the ultimate bullish signal. But you might want to think twice before crowding into a stock all the “smart money” is buying.
I got bizzay in January, adding a half dozen different stocks to the ol’ portfolio along with one sale. I know you’re dying to find out which ones they were.