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Great article in Globe & Mail by Rob Carrick. The media has been heavily anti-advice for years. The focus has been mainly on low fees, rarely mentioning that the fees pay for advice or attempting to evaluate the cost/benefit of advice. Evidence shows this...read more
Congratulations to Jason D. as the winner of the $100 gift certificate for the Keg. All new subscribers were entered into the draw. This “Unconventional Wisdom” blog launched May 1 to provide insights from experience on building financial security. ...read more
Many people believe that growth of the value of their home has been phenomenal over the last few decades. The common belief is that growth is similar to the stock market and much less risky. Is this actually true? This is important, because believing a home is the...read more
You review your investments and notice that one is not doing well. You sell and buy a different investment that has been doing well for a few years. You heard favourable news in the media, internet or from your advisor related to the new investment. That’s it!...read more
Which is true? The stock market is a gamble. It is a decent investment, but it may or may not make money for you. The stock market is a reliable long term investment. It should be the core of your long term investments. Can you be confident in the stock market? Most...read more