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Potential home buyers looking at a house. (James Kurtz/Photos.com)
Potential home buyers looking at a house. (James Kurtz/Photos.com)

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Carrick on Money: Eight surprise costs for new homeowners Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Eight surprise costs for new homeowners
Changing the locks, repairing appliances, adding window coverings and more.

Dear Mrs. Buffett…
An ETF analyst gently calls out Warren Buffett for investing his wife’s inheritance in an exchange-traded fund tracking the S&P 500. It’s not that Buffett chose an ETF. Rather, the issue is that he should have chosen one that tracks a broader index that includes small- and medium-size companies instead of just big blue chips.

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Debunking dividend myths
Wall Street Journal investing columnist Jason Zweig on how investors may have unrealistic expectations for dividend funds, along with four key metrics for choosing the best dividend-paying stocks.

Stocks and bonds – what goes where?
The MoneyGeek website has created a calculator that shows you where your stocks and bonds are best held - in a TFSA, RRSP or unregistered account. Here’s the manual on how to use the calculator.

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