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Retirement, What Retirement?

Wouldn’t be amazing to never retire? For the past 15 years, I’ve worked in the financial industry. For the past 15 years, I’ve been told to prepare for my retirement. I’ve been told the best thing in life is to get a job that provides a good pay check, social benefits and… a fully fun

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I Prefer the Small Telus over the Giant Verizon

David Vs Goliath Challenge – how a $25B market cap stock can beat a $202B market cap stock? Both Companies show strong customer loyalty, but only one evolves in an Oligopoly One company is trading at a 10% discount, the other at a 10% premium   Last week, I wrote a stock analysis

I Prefer the Small Telus over the Giant Verizon

David Vs Goliath Challenge – how a $25B market cap stock can beat a $202B market cap stock? Both Companies show strong customer loyalty, but only one evolves in an Oligopoly One company is trading at a 10% discount, the other at a 10% premium   Last week, I wrote a stock analysis

Investment Bias 101

As the market is going a bit sideways after a mild earnings season, we are entering the famous “sell in May and go away” period, I thought of revisiting some investment biases we all experience at one point or another. When I did my financial classes, everything seemed so well calcula

Best News of the Year; US Consumers are Not Spending!

Last week, Walmart (WMT) disappointed investors by telling them probably the best news of the quarter: Americans are saving their money instead of spending at Walmart. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t the happiest investor on earth when WMT published a declining profit (-7%) and missed an

Finding the Right Stock in The Current Market

Have you taken a look at the recent earnings? It is without any surprise that many US companies posted slow revenue growth due to either a “challenging” environment or (an even more common excuse: due to a strong US dollar. I follow primarily dividend stock results and many of them ar

What I Hope My Kids Will Learn From Me About Money

Last week, Income Surfer wrote a great piece about the money advice he learned from his parents. He suggested I come with a piece about how I ‘try’ to teach my children about money. I thought it was a great idea because while I find it very easy to manage money, I’m not too sure [R

Our Itinerary First Draft!

Since the beginning of the year, my wife and I are constantly working on the project of our lives; sell everything to travel across North and Central America with our children. Two weeks ago, we made another big step by putting our house up for sale. Since we plan to leave sometime in