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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.

Try not to do anything stupid with your stocks
A Maclean's writer says fear is back in the stock market, and that means people will be tempted to abandon sound investing plans. Key point: "Corrections are a regular part of the market, despite what the last two years might have led some to believe."

ETF fees heading lower
A portfolio management firm that uses exchange-traded funds blogs about the latest ETF fee cuts and how they impact costs for a simple but well balanced portfolio.

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Eight ways to pay off your student loan faster
A useful roundup of ways to help university and college grads get their debts paid off so they can get on with their lives.

Meet a robo-adviser
The My Own Advisor blog interviews the guy behind a new online investment service called Wealthsimple.

Here's my own recent take on robo-advisers.

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