Nelson’s back, you lucky bastards. Topics covered include our mortgage payoff progress, some portfolio updates, and jokes about the Weimar Republic. Your eyes have never been so happy.read more
Own a stock that’s offering to buy back a bunch of the outstanding stock? Here’s how you can tender shares, using Dream Office REIT as an example.read more
Business owners everywhere are making the same predictable mistakes. Find out what they are (and how to fix them) before going into business.
Will all of Financial Uproar readers bow before me, or will they write this off as a lucky break made by an amateurish hack? Click to find out!
The First Asset Share Buyback ETF promises exposure to companies that consistently repurchase shares. It delivers, but there’s a lot of crap in there too.
We’re all collectively buying too much house. This patented formula will ensure you don’t fall into the same trap, which will save you a metric assload of money.
Go ahead, invest with Investors Group — if you like paying way too many fees. Here’s how much extra it’ll cost you. Warning: it’s not pretty.
Back by popular demand! It’s the Financial Uproar Borrow to Invest Portfolio, which is killing the market while generating all sorts of cash.
It’s time for the quarterly results of the stock picking contest.
Why I like First National Financial a heck of a lot more than Home Capital Group. And it’s not just the 7% dividend, either.
If everything goes to plan, the Swiss Helvetia Fund will offer a virtually guaranteed return of between 2% and 8% in less than a month.
There’s going to be some changes around this here blog. It’s okay kids, dry your tears.
We’re all looking for the true secret to getting rich. It’s surprisingly simple, but it won’t show up in any book, blog post, or research advice. It comes from within.
This week’s linkfest features a clever crook, thoughts on TD Bank and Home Capital, as well as terrible long-term planning by Target. Oh, and mocking the Irish.
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