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Rob Carrick's Reader: Where retirees go to live the high life Add to ...

Rob Carrick rounds up the best in personal finance reading on the Web.

Where retirees live like kings

Mexico, New Zealand and a few other countries where North Americans can afford to live the good life in retirement.

There’s no escaping risk

That’s one of 10 rules of investing from John Bogle, a U.S. index investing pioneer who has been an advocate for investors.

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What I learned as a rookie home buyer

A blogger offers five lessons he learned in buying a first home.

Take note, frugal investors

A change in the Bank of Montreal family of exchange-traded funds has ramped up the level of competition in exchange-traded funds that track the Canadian stock market.

More money

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