After a draw that gave all entries an equal chance, the TurboTax giveaway winners are Michael H., Robert H., and Ali C. Congratulations! I have contacted all 3 winners.
Thanks to everyone who entered the draw! I appreciated the kind messages many of you included with your entry.
I wrote only one post this week about Warren Buffett’s thoughts on individual investors:
How Warren Buffett Thinks You Should Invest
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
Malcolm Hamilton makes the case for leaving TFSAs alone. He thinks we shouldn’t double TFSA limits, and he thinks we shouldn’t cut TFSAs back.
Robert McLister explains that your bank doesn’t necessarily have to lower your variable mortgage rate when the Bank of Canada lowers interest rates.
Potato takes on a reader question about whether to index or invest in award-winning mutual funds.
Boomer and Echo make the point that those who complain about low interest rates punishing savers need to properly account for inflation.
Big Cajun Man has a wacky and totally impractical idea for reducing the debt people take on. I’m starting to get the feeling he’s not a fan of going into debt.
My Own Advisor reviews the book The Global Expatriate’s Guide to Investing.