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  • Market Statistics – April 2019
    Summary

    Looking for reliable data on recent market performance? Here you’ll find a PDF document of the monthly statistics for the month of April for the various Canadian, U.S. and international markets that we follow.

  • Market Statistics – March 2019
    Summary

    Looking for reliable data on recent market performance? Here you’ll find a PDF document of the monthly statistics for the month of March for the various Canadian, U.S. and international markets that we follow.

  • Market Statistics – February 2019
    Summary

    Looking for reliable data on recent market performance? Here you’ll find a PDF document of the monthly statistics for the month of February for the various Canadian, U.S. and international markets that we follow.

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  • Market Statistics – January 2019
    Summary

    Looking for reliable data on recent market performance? Here you’ll find a PDF document of the monthly statistics for the month of January for the various Canadian, U.S. and international markets that we follow.

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  • Market Statistics – December 2018
    Summary

    Looking for reliable data on recent market performance? Here you’ll find a PDF document of the monthly statistics for the month of December for the various Canadian, U.S. and international markets that we follow.

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Recommended Readings

  • Playing the Winner’s Game (Swedroe, 2013)
    Summary

    The instant access to unlimited information on the Internet has not improved experienced investors’ chances of having a positive investing experience. The need to rise above the noise with out busy lives has never been greater. That is where this book comes in.

  • The Investment Answer (Goldie & Murray, 2011)
    Summary

    Jargon-free and written for all investors — experienced, beginner, and everyone in between — The Investment Answer distills the process into just five decisions — five straightforward choices that can lead to safe and sound ways to manage your finances.

  • The Behavior Gap
    Summary

    As a financial planner, Carl Richards grew frustrated watching people he cared about make the same mistakes over and over with their money. They were letting emotion get in the way of making smart financial decisions. He named this phenomenon—the distance between what we should do and what we actually do— “the behavior gap.”

  • Keeping the Cottage in the Family
    Summary

    A country place is a symbol of relaxation, continuity in life, and family harmony. But when the topic of ownership succession is raised, that lovely spot can be transformed into a source of stress, uncertainty and family strife.

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