Here are my posts for the past two weeks:
Aren’t the Banks the Investing Experts?
Temporarily Losing Money on Stocks is Inevitable
Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:
A Wealth of Common Sense takes a look at a hedge fund claiming miraculous performance but sporting a huge number of red flags.
Canadian Portfolio Manager gives preferred ETFs for different asset classes as well as second choices that are suitable for tax-loss selling.
Big Cajun Man shows the impressive list of fees charged for a university term. He’s right when he calls this a business. Universities work hard to extract as much money as they can from students.
My Own Advisor predicts that CRM2 will lead to sticker shock for investors. This is likely true for the many mutual fund investors who think they don’t pay fees. It would be interesting to know how many investors think the fees they now see are new rather than having been hidden in the past.
Boomer and Echo feels paralyzed by huge available TFSA room. I’ve noticed in the past that available RRSP or TFSA room feels like a debt.