Five Reasons Why Running A Portfolio Is Like Running A Marathon - [2021-10-15 9U5Euw]

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Shaunavon, Saskatchewan — The town the internet forgot: Joe O'Connor


Spotty internet connections and crappy-to-non-existent cell service mean that everything is more complicated, maddening and productivity sapping

David Rosenberg: Canada's debt binge is not good for the economy's future or the loonie: David Rosenberg


Unsustainable household debt levels drag on growth and leave us vulnerable to financial crisis

What you need to know about investing beyond the limits of public markets: Special to Financial Post


Having access to private capital enables investors to construct portfolios capable of transcending the limitations of stocks and bonds

Investors should be keeping a close eye on these three things as storm clouds gather: Martin Pelletier


Good to add a layer of protection should those clouds turn into a polar vortex

Five reasons why running a portfolio is like running a marathon: Peter Hodson


Like beginning marathoners not putting in the miles, most investors don’t do enough homework when they buy a stock

Who wants to be a millionaire (with their TFSA)?: Special to Financial Post


How to take full advantage of the power of compounding

How one investor became a super hardcore dividend fan, and what you can learn from him: Julie Cazzin


The 'Dividend Earner' left his adviser and built a dividend portfolio. Here's what he learned along the way

FP Answers: How can I use ETFs to build the fixed-income side of my portfolio?: Special to Financial Post


Monthly income matters only a little and tax efficiency hardly at all in a low-return environment

B.C. couple considers commuting their pensions, but managing money comes with big risks: Andrew Allentuck


Rather than commute pensions, they could close the gap by spending some of their $256,000 in RRSPs

Former Canadian central banker pushes Cornwall Consensus after Washington Consensus dies: Kevin Carmichael


Governments 'need to focus on shaping markets, as opposed to reacting to problems that hit markets, says Carolyn Wilkins

If not now, when? Canadian firms should unleash $150 billion cash pile to spur economic growth: Special to Financial Post


If not now, when? Canadian firms should unleash $150 billion cash pile to spur economic growthfinancialpost.com

The foreign property tax implications associated with owning cryptocurrencies: Jamie Golombek


Jamie Golombek: Where, exactly, is your cryptocurrency located? It's complicated

Attention snowbirds! Here's what you need to know about living down south during a pandemic: Larysa Harapyn


Watch: Jason Heath, managing director at Objective Financial Partners, talks about considerations snowbirds should take

Aritzia sales top pre-pandemic levels on strong U.S., e-commerce growth: Stephanie Hughes


'Expansion in the United States will be a leading driver of our growth'

Chaos from global gas shortage spilling over into oil markets, IEA warns: Bloomberg News


Boost in demand for oil is deepening what was already a sizable supply deficit in crude markets

'I'm going to lead differently here': Evan Siddall rocked the boat at CMHC, but looks to calm the waters at AIMCo: Barbara Shecter


'You lead based on what the what the circumstances suggest'

Apple's iPhone production cuts may hurt key holiday quarter revenue - Canada.com: Bloomberg News


  1. Apple's iPhone production cuts may hurt key holiday quarter revenue Canada.com
  2. Apple to make 10 million fewer iPhones due to microchip shortage CBC.ca
  3. Apple to cut iPhone 13 production amid supply chain crisis: report Globalnews…

    Apple to unveil first MacBook Pro redesign in five years on Oct. 18 - Financial Post: Bloomberg News


    1. Apple to unveil first MacBook Pro redesign in five years on Oct. 18 Financial Post
    2. Apple announces October 18th event that will likely focus on Macs MobileSyrup
    3. New Apple Leak Reveals Stunning MacBook Pro Update Forbes
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      Is gas really heading to $2 a litre in Canada?: Special to Financial Post


      Opinion: The Clean Fuel Standard is going to cost the average Canadian a pretty penny


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