Scott Ronalds reported some results from the latest Dalbar study of the statements that mutual fund companies send to their clients. Apparently, 68% of reports don’t even include the client’s overall rate of return and few show the fees clients pay. The few “statements that do show fees present them in an unclear way.”
Canadian Capitalist reports that Canadian discount brokers are in a price war on trading commissions.
Rob Carrick thinks it is time to ease into stocks.
Canadian Tax Resource explains the differences among setting up your business as a sole proprietorship, a partnership, and a corporation.
John Heinzl takes on some investing myths related to market timing and risk.
Thicken My Wallet explains why home bias in stock investing isn't as bad as it seems.
Preet Banerjee takes a look at the conditions under which fundamental indexing will outperform capitalization-weighted indexing.
Money Smarts explains the different ways that financial advisors get paid. If you don’t know how your advisor is being paid, there is a good chance that you’re paying too much.
Big Cajun Man explains that when it comes to banking, everything is negotiable.
Larry MacDonald (this web page has disappeared) reviewed an interesting-sounding book: Early Retirement Extreme.
Million Dollar Journey explains preferred stocks. See part 2 as well.
Financial Highway has some useful information about credit card solicitations.