Larry Swedroe shows that absolute return funds have generally failed to live up to the promise of making money in both bull and bear markets.
Rob Carrick looks at the upside of falling house prices.
Balance Junkie has some vivid examples of financial industry conflicts of interest.
The Blunt Bean Counter explains the ramifications of a recent ruling by the Tax Court of Canada on what constitutes a “set” when selling personal use property. This could be important if you ever find yourself selling off valuable collectibles.
Canadian Couch Potato announced a new service for do-it-yourself investors to look at their financial plans.
Big Cajun Man sings the praises of slow thinking. I know I make better decisions when I take my time and think things through.
My Own Advisor shares his reasons for owning ETFs.
Million Dollar Journey looks at the pros and cons of rent to own houses.
Preet Banerjee’s latest podcast features a discussion of mobile wallet technology and two ways to save on cellphone roaming charges.