Blogs & Comment

Round-up of Canadian financial blogs

Andrew Hallam is a devoted long-term investor. Then why does he say the lower the stock market falls, the happier it makes me? His reasonslead off the Round-up of Canadian financial blogs for the week ending July 18, 2010.
Canadian Dream: Free at 45is moving closer to his dream of early retirement. He is switching to a 80% work week, continuing to augment hisstream of investment income andstarting a company to build up business income from blogging, self-publishing books and freelance writing (things he likes to do).
Financial Highwayhighlights 7 creative people who are living for cheap/free
Canadian Financial Blogwarns about leaving too much money in your RRSP
Divestor blogdiscusses when to sell the BP shares his blog advised accumulating at $28.375
Bill Manns Canada blogsays Moodys thinks Canada will avoid a double-dip recession even if U.S. doesnt.
The Sceptical Market Observer blogreports that Chinese currency reserves dropped by their largest amount ever in May.
Tracking Errorssummarizes Richard Kangs discussion of alpha and beta in stock markets
Michael Jamesreviews John Lawrence Reynolds’ book, The Skeptical Investor.
Canadian Capitalistreviews the Horizon AlphaPro S&P/TSX 60 Equal Weight Index ETF
Mortgage Insight by Lior Hershkovitzcautions readers about mortgages advertisingthe lowest rates they may come with restrictions like: little/no prepayment privileges and/or higher interest-rate-differential (IRD) penalties
Preeton point-of-sale disclosure for mutual funds
Big Canjun Guybriefs on Benoit Mandlebrot, fractals and misbehavior in stock markets
Financial Bloggeris one of the top ten financial planners in Montreal and still has enough time to run several online businesses.
HowToInvestOnline bloglooks at green investing.
ThickenMyWalletdeals with pitfalls in rebalancing.