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POSTED BY Jonathan Chevreau
By its very nature, long-term investing requires a leap of faith and a generally optimistic outlook on life. The investor believes first that there will be a future that will include him or her and second that the capital accumulated at a younger stage of life will have more value than if it had been spent as soon as it was earned. MORE
POSTED BY Jane Dough
Harsh title, right? Now, it’s not that I don’t believe in marriage or true love. After all, you can’t have watched The Princess Bride as many times as I have and be a total cynic. If you’re engaged, I genuinely hope you eventually become one of those adorable couples who still hold hands at the nursing home. But statistically some of your unions, I’m sorry to say, just won’t last. In Canada, roughly 40% of marriages end in divorce before the 30th anniversary. MORE
POSTED BY Caroline Cakebread
These days Sunday night is the pinnacle of my weekend thanks to Downton Abbey. And while I must admit that Seasons 2 and 3 have paled in comparison to the excellent first season, I am still addicted to the luxurious goings-on of the insanely wealthy Crawley family and their bevy of staff downstairs. MORE
POSTED BY Lesley Scorgie
From a very early age, my parents talked to my siblings and I about money. We helped my mother count money at the grocery store, my father took us to the bank machine and we were only given allowances if we showed my parents a “budget,” which included giving, saving and spending. MORE