Posts by larryc

Don’t Switch From Low Cost Investing When Things Hit a Bump.  STAY ON TARGET!

Don’t Switch From Low Cost Investing When Things Hit a Bump. STAY ON TARGET!

      In this week’s Globe and Mail, wise words from one of our All Stars Dan Bortolotti at...

Career Advice Part 2 – Switching careers or finding your first job

Career Advice Part 2 – Switching careers or finding your first job

I wanted to add another piece of career advice that I’ve gleamed after years of working with companies as a...

My Portfolio as of today – March 2017

My Portfolio as of today – March 2017

“The portfolio” as told to the Me and My Money column in the Globe and Mail last spring. Berkshire Hathaway...

More BS From The Investing Sharks

More BS From The Investing Sharks

I just watched a video with the CEO of a “robo investor” company who had the nerve to say that...

How much to spend while retired = stress and confusion

How much to spend while retired = stress and confusion

Fred Vettese, chief actuary of Morneau Shepell has written another piece in Benefits Canada that talks about the decumulation phase of...

Delay CPP and buy annuities to boost retirement spending

Delay CPP and buy annuities to boost retirement spending

The latest from one of our all-stars Fred Vetesse, chief actuary of Morneau Shepell.  By delaying CPP payments from age 65...

Why index investors may be better off using a robo-adviser by Andrew Hallam

Why index investors may be better off using a robo-adviser by Andrew Hallam

Andrew Hallam is a Canadian high school teacher who works and lives in Singapore.  He’s a big believer in index...

Don’t buy individual stocks unless you’re willing to do this!

Don’t buy individual stocks unless you’re willing to do this!

What is “this” that you need to do if you plan on playing the market with anything besides low cost...

Mutual Funds Suck!  More Evidence

Mutual Funds Suck! More Evidence

According to the Globe and Mail, “Not a single Canadian manager investing in U.S. stocks delivered higher returns than the...

Scare Tactic #1:  You Don’t Know Enough to D.I.Y.

Scare Tactic #1: You Don’t Know Enough to D.I.Y.

There are times when I read articles about finance or investing and my mind starts to wander.  I try to...