Financial Independence – March 2019

Hi everyone! Here is my FI update for March 2019 end of 2019Q1. My FI goals are outlined here! Last FI update as at 2018Q4 here! For 2019Q1, we were superb savers with very few surprise expenditures. Equity markets also rebounded (for now) driving up our net worth to a very important number in my … Continue reading Financial Independence – March 2019

Where should I start saving money first? How to choose between Savings Vehicles in Canada

We've discussed some of the various savings vehicles and types of investments that can be made in some earlier posts. Armed with that knowledge, a logical next step to ask is "Are these saving vehicles all the same?". Well, not exactly. Not only can you prioritize different saving vehicles depending on your income, but as you … Continue reading Where should I start saving money first? How to choose between Savings Vehicles in Canada

How Do I Create an Investment Strategy That Fits Me?

My last post outlined the semi-dull (really dull?) fundamentals of investment and savings vehicles available to Canadians. This material can be dry, especially to those not interested in risk, yield, investing, finance, etc. But I urge Canadians to do their homework on it as it is important to, at the very least, have a basic understanding … Continue reading How Do I Create an Investment Strategy That Fits Me?