Here are my posts for this week:
Currency Exchange with Norbert’s Gambit at BMO InvestorLine
An Indexer Answers Investing Questions
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
Big Cajun Man isn’t happy about the barrage of different types of bill notifications he faces now that most of his bills don’t arrive on paper. My wife and I deal with this by paying bills early and setting our own notifications. We find we can pay bills just twice a month on our own schedule. Many bills get paid well before the due date, but that’s fine with me.
Findependence Hub has some sensible thoughts on a “core and explore” approach to investing.
Preet Banerjee’s latest video explains how RRSP contributions reduce your income taxes.
Canadian Couch Potato reports that iShares is introducing some new ETFs for U.S. and foreign stocks with attractively low costs that may be of interest to Canadians.
My Own Advisor doesn’t buy the assertion that high taxes on RRSP income in retirement is a widespread problem.
Boomer and Echo debate the merits of buying new or used cars. To me, the more important question is whether you save up and pay cash or whether you borrow or (shudder) lease.