New changes to mortgage insurance rules are on the way in an attempt to prevent people from getting in over their heads.
Rob Carrick says that the age of free banking for seniors may be ending. It’s possible for people of any age to pay minimal fees by cleverly combining online banking with traditional banks.
Canadian Capitalist says that one-month market declines of 20% or more are not as common as Horizons ETFs makes them seem in their marketing materials for Black Swan ETFs.
Canadian Couch Potato says that for passive investors, there is no such thing as over-diversification within an asset class.
Big Cajun Man tries to get a handle on the crazy pricing of anti-virus software.
My Own Advisor finds that with the ever-expanding list of available ETFs, the ETF world is looking more and more like the mutual fund world.
The Blunt Bean Counter explains the pros and cons of holding shares of a new corporation directly, through a family trust, or a holding company.
Retire Happy Blog describes some of the common investing behaviours that hamper our returns.