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Carrick on money: Mortgage shopping? Go five-year fixed 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.

Mortgage shopping? Go five-year fixed
A mortgage broker with a banking background sizes up the current economic environment and concludes that a five-year fixed rate mortgage is a better choice for most buyers and people renewing mortgages.

Investors, your risk antennae should be up
John Mauldin is one of those financial commentators who uses the word bubble a lot in describing today’s market conditions. Here, he makes his case about the risks out there right now.

Ten myths about your credit history
Here’s one myth – paying your credit card bill in full every month does NOT automatically give you an very extremely high score.

A financial plan may not be enough
There are actually three types of planning you need for your money, this blog post says.

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