Here are my posts for the past two weeks:
Phishing for Phools
How Much Do You Have to Learn to be a Good Investor?
Replies to Emails I usually Ignore
4 Reasons to Pay Cash for Cars
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
Mr. Money Mustache describes his cross-country road trip in a Tesla that drove itself. He also takes a look at how this technology will transform our world.
Canadian Mortgage Trends explains the top three complaints people have about their mortgages.
Larry Swedroe has a sensible take on annuities. My only criticism is that he should give more emphasis to annuities with built-in payment increases such as 2% per year. This isn’t guaranteed to protect you against high inflation, but it’s a lot better than no increase at all.
Canadian Couch Potato offers some clear thinking about target date funds.
Big Cajun Man has some ideas for tricking yourself into saving some money.
Potato looks at the risks and rewards of the “hot potato” investing strategy. It’s not for me but it does illustrate how tempting such strategies can look.
Boomer and Echo give a detailed example of one way to draw an income from your savings in retirement.
My Own Advisor asks what your car says about you. To me cars are nothing more than a form of transportation that say nothing about me or anyone else.