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Longtime housing bear Garth Turner writes in his blog that the string of recent mortgage rate hikes are “the arrival of the big, hairy bête noire everyone’s been warning about for the past two years.”dblight/Getty Images/iStockphoto

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

The tipping point for housing arrives

Longtime housing bear Garth Turner writes in his blog that the string of recent mortgage rate hikes are "the arrival of the big, hairy bête noire everyone's been warning about for the past two years."

What life insurance says about lower cellphone bills

A look at what the experience of foreign competition in the life insurance business says about what might happen if the U.S. mobile company Verizon gets into the mobile phone business here. Don't expect much.

How to choose the right ETF

It says here that the actual choice of exchange-traded fund is less important than the work you do to determine the right mix of assets.

A look at the exchange-traded fund options for investors who want exposure to stock markets outside Canada.

Here's a look at the four online brokerage firms that offer commission-free trading of exchange-traded funds, which are low-cost index funds that trade like a stock.

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