Here are my posts for this week:
Going from BMO to Tangerine Chequing
The Elephant in the Room with Annuities
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
Garth Turner wrote a very interesting piece explaining how important information for real estate buyers is readily accessible in the U.S. but not Canada.
Tom Bradley at Steadyhand has some very sensible thoughts on debt and real estate.
Boomer and Echo liken the new information Canadians will get from their financial advisors (called CRM2) to the Enlightenment centuries ago. This is a bold analogy, and I hope CRM2 proves to open Canadian investors’ eyes to the fees they pay.
Big Cajun Man has some fun playing a variant of buzzword bingo he calls RRSP bingo.
My Own Advisor recommends some books for newbie investors.