Are stocks still the best place to be? What returns can investors reasonably expect from stocks and bonds? In this interview, John Bogle weighs in:
- A recent CBC investigation found that for-profit fundraising companies are billing many charities for well over half the money they collect. The website has a searchable database that provides information on charities that hired external fundraisers.
- Ellen Roseman compared no-fee chequing accounts from President’s Choice Financial and ING Direct.
- It’s that time of the year when your car needs to be rust proofed. Which rust proofing service to choose? Canadian Money Forum members weigh in here.
- Invest it Wisely questions if eating healthy food is all that more expensive than eating junk food.
- Invest in the Markets says that persistence with one’s investment strategy pays dividends.
- Money Smarts Blog offers six reasons for not reinvesting dividends in the same investment.
- Million Dollar Journey featured a guest post on more risks in corporate bonds.
- Michael James explains why he has only stocks in his portfolio.
- Dan Bortolotti kicks off a regular column in Canadian MoneySaver by showing how DIY investors can mimic the investment strategies of Dimensional Fund Advisors.
- Larry MacDonald on why legendary short seller Jim Chanos is calling China the next Enron.
- Preet says that the new Horizons BetaPro S&P/TSX 60 ETF (HXT) isn’t really all that complex and risky.
That’s it for this week. Have a great weekend everyone!