The Stingy News Weekly (07/31/2016)
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Fixed income needs a fix
"The recent Ant-Man movie featured a shrinking hero. Unfortunately, interest rates have also been shrinking and are now at historically low levels. That's why it's high time to take a second look at the iShares Canadian Universe Bond Index ETF, which forms the core part of many fixed income portfolios."
Am I saving enough for retirement?
"For me, the bottom line is that even though I was aware - on an intellectual level - that returns over the past few years had been lower, I was unprepared for how much lower they appear to have been." [Retirement]
Who bought U.S. stocks after 2008?
"When mutual fund shareholders redeem their investments, thereby causing the funds that they previously owned to sell securities, the buyers of those securities could be pension funds. But they also could be other entities: individual investors, hedge funds, sovereign wealth funds. They might even be corporations, conducting stock-buying programs." [Behaviour]
"But once everyone could comparison shop online, Bakos reasoned, every site would likely have to offer the same price. And yet, it turns out, many shoppers don't do the research." [Markets]
Should you work in retirement?
"Even a low-paying gig can make a dramatic difference" [Retirement]
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