Friday, September 14, 2012

Short Takes: ETF Liquidity, Protecting Canadians from TFSA Mistakes, and more

Canadian Couch Potato explains that investors concerned about ETF liquidity should focus less on daily trading volume and more on bid-ask spreads.

The Blunt Bean Counter says Canadians are still running afoul of TFSA rules, and he has some suggestions for CRA and financial institutions to help Canadians avoid penalties.

Rob Carrick says that if you’re in debt, your biggest risk is unemployment rather than rising interest rates.

Mr. Money Mustache does a good breakdown of the cost of owning and operating an electric car.

Big Cajun Man defines what he wants out of retirement. I guess the next step is to make a plan to get there.

Money Smarts answers a reader’s RESP questions.


  1. The Blunt Bean CounterSeptember 14, 2012 at 7:59 AM

    Michael, thx for link. Work for Google, I dont think i am smart enough to figure out how to post this comment with those blurry letters :)

  2. Plan? What kind of left wing pinko idea is that? PLAN?!?

    Thanks for the inclusion