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 dangers of low interest rate tunnel vision
Low mortgage rates are the glue holding our housing market together. But this blog post makes the point that there's more to a good mortgage than a low rate.
Gen Y warms to stocks
Great, Generation Y is finally coming around to the idea of investing in stocks. Gen Y will need the long-term growth of stocks to realize its financial goals, but a better time to have bought into the markets would have been several years ago.
The housing market's affordability problem
A useful reminder from housing bear Garth Turner that the fundamental problem in today's housing market is affordability. "Income growth has stagnated while real estate has bloated," he says.
Advisers and the dementia boom
This is an article aimed at financial advisers, but it's well worth reading for the insights it provides on how we all need to prepare for a time when we can't make our own financial decisions.
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