The best of the Web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.
Harry Potter, Personal Finance Guy
Lessons on personal finance taught in the Harry Potter book series.
Debt On The March
A chart of the how the U.S. debt ceiling has risen during the past few presidencies. The debt ceiling, of course, is the cause of a political impasse in the United States that could lead to a debt default. Note the lack of context for the recent debt run-up: The worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.
A roundup of 10 podcasts on money topics that are worth tuning into.
Some tips on understanding what financial advisers do.
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