The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.
It’s more fun to shop than to buy
You’ll get more satisfaction from contemplating a purchase than by actually buying something, this blog post argues.
Flat-earth thinking in the investment world
A columnist wonders why so many people ignore the case for index investing and instead pin their hopes on fund managers who often can’t deliver of the major stock and bond indexes.
Investment fads of yesteryear
A look at investing fads going back to 1996 and the leadup to the tech meltdown.
“The world is a rigged game”
Rolling Stone writer Matt Taibbi, a ferocious critic of the financial industry, uses this phrase to describe an alleged manipulation of key interest rates by global banks.