An Ode To 22-Year-Old Nelson

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.

Most Books Are Too Long, Dammit

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?

Weekly Linkfest #41

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.

Sector ETFs: Just Don’t Bother

Most Canadian sector ETFs don’t really offer much diversification and have some of the highest fees out there. Just don’t bother.

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Nelson’s top recommended credit cards, brokerage accounts, and much, much more!


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How Your Emergency Fund Will Cost You $149,816.73

What the what? $149,816? I could, like, pay Taylor Swift and Katy Perry to have a threesome with me for that much money. I could travel to Antarctica, capture a penguin, and then eat it when it inevitably dies. (I’m assuming it tastes like chicken) I could pay... read more

That Time I Almost Went To Work For Investor’s Group

Sometimes people (usually women, let’s face it) like to think about how their lives would have been different if they had made some different decisions. What would have happened if they’d pursued that relationship? How different would life have become if... read more

Buy Assets Instead Of Going To College

If you’ve been paying attention, I’m kind of anti-college around here. I believe that college should be path to get to a specific career. If you want to be a nurse, or a teacher, or an engineer, or a crap-ton of other things, then your path will need to go... read more

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