Most Canadian sector ETFs don’t really offer much diversification and have some of the highest fees out there. Just don’t bother.read more
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.read more
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.
I’ve been tasked with assembling a portfolio from scratch, filled with fine companies that pay generous dividends. Come judge my choices and offer your own input.
It’s approximately a billion times better to retire early in Canada versus the United States. Come join us, early retirees. It’ll be fun and only a little cold.
It’s the why behind the how. My investment strategy statement touches on why I insist on high quality stocks and why I’m taking an “it depends” approach on local investments.
This week’s linkfest is a good one. It covers solar panel investing, crazy old Charlie Munger, some thoughts on retail arbitrage, and how to become a good real estate investor.
There used to be many stock splits. Now the practice has pretty much gone away. I examine why and have a small request to make things a little more like the old days.
I’m thinking about switching stock brokerages from Qtrade to Questrade, but I can’t shake the feeling that it might all just be a giant waste of time.
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