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Carrick on money: The secret to finding winning investments

Calculating the adjusted cost base of your investments

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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 secret to finding winning investments
This New York Times column says it's more useful to look at how much a product costs to own than at its past returns.

The travel reward cards that travel bloggers use
Twenty travel enthusiasts were asked what travel reward credit cards they use, and for their best tips on saving money while on the road.

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Why it's so hard to say the stock market has peaked
Calling a market top is mostly guesswork and, anyway, worrying about market peaks and valleys is a weak investing strategy.

How ignoring your pension can cost you money
A lesson from the Blonde on a Budget blog for young adults on the importance of paying attention to what happens to your pension when you change jobs.

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