- The creator of the Easy Chair portfolio, Eric Kirzner tells The Financial Post that investors should take a Rip Van Winkle approach to volatile markets.
- Larry Swedroe counsels investors to keep their emotions in check in a guest essay in The Wealthy Boomer blog.
- This column explains why a lot of people hate loyalty points.
- It is heartening to read that Vanguard’s low-cost ETFs are seeing strong inflows.
- If you are a shareholder in our big banks (who isn’t?), you should check out this column in the Globe & Mail titled The bank most likely to walk into a sharp object (no prizes for guessing the bank it refers to). I found it interesting that the CEO and the board was unaware that “such a small part of the bank’s overall business” would cause so much grief. If the people running a business are in the dark, where does that leave ordinary investors like us?
- When did Petro Canada start selling mobile phones? Million Dollar Journey ferrets out the existence of two more players in the pre-paid cell phone business.
- Larry MacDonald wrote a post on how to get exposure to REITs.
- The Dividend Guy is writing a series of posts on his investment process.