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If The Market Crashes, You Can Always Invest in Wine

A look at the ins and outs of investing in wine. Here’s Part One, and here’s Part Two.



Hot For Housing

This article is making the rounds online among people who believe Canada’s housing market is in OK shape and not at risk of a serious pullback.

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Read here about a blog written by an anonymous person who is trying to buy a house in Toronto and running smack into what we’ll just call overheated pricing.



Be Your Own Stock Analyst

Here’s a new investing website to try. It’s called analytixinsight and it offers data on fundamentals, dividend quality, share buybacks, and earnings quality for more than 40,000 stocks from around the world. Right now, you can get free access to this site in its beta version.



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Join the 10,000+ people who subscribe to my Facebook personal finance community for talk about investing, retirement, real estate, banking and other financial matters. I’m also on Twitter.







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