“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
We love to read and share – here’s some notable things from the last week covering life, investing, planning, financial literacy for kids and caveman living plus a look at what we were up to this time last year.
David Brooks on reviving the moral debate and the big question – What Is Your Purpose?
Live now and stop fleeing from yourself – Kierkegaard on Our Greatest Source of Unhappiness
How the timeline of our careers are changing – How to find your Encore Career
This, to me, is depressing (if advisors are switching investors to seg funds because they then avoid pending disclusore rules, this represents pure evil) – Despite high fees, popularity of segregated funds on the rise
Alexa quoted on Forbes.com! – Retirement Income Passport: Retirement Portfolios From Around The World
Our list of 4 investing books all Canadians should read – Sensible & Concise Investing Books
The bull market is in it’s seventh year and some people are questioning whether it’s time to think about a portfolio change – 6 bad reasons to make changes to your portfolio
Couch Potato advises not to let a market slide get the best of you – Train your investing brain
There’s no shortcut. It’s down to time, diligence & good habits from the start, not luck or know-how – Show This Article To Someone Under 30
I heard all of these on Wall Street – Conflicting Finance Narratives
Market timing strategies are best avoided – Should You Time the Markets When Experts Can’t?
Clear evidence on why diversification is important – Why diversify? This chart shows you why
Are you not taking advantage of the Registered Education Savings Plan and Canadian Education Savings Grant? – Parents Don’t Like Free Government Money
You can increase your TFSA contribution this year – Get over it, with the $10,000 TFSA limit everyone wins
Are Canadians too polite about this too? – Don’t be shy when it comes to talking about fees with your adviser
5 words I like – “free money from the government” – Tax free and free money! Why RESPs are just like TFSAs — only better
Financial literacy for kids
This time last year