Investors: Don’t sleep on portfolio diversification | Smart Switch: Personal Finance

(Sam Swenson, CFA, CPA) With stocks in a bear market, bonds offering little more than “less negative” returns, and cryptocurrencies facing a serious reckoning, the first half of 2022 should remind investors that a diversified portfolio will be necessary for years to come. . Overexposure to any particular stock or market sector can lead to … Read more

The only states that teach personal finance (and what you’ll have to teach kids yourself)

Photo: worawit_j (Shutterstock) Recently, Georgia became the thirteenth state in the country order personal finance education for high school students. According to Next generation personal financeGeorgia joins Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Ohio, Tennessee, Utah and Virginia in requiring teens to take at least one semester of personal finance before … Read more

Investor interest shows signs of cooling in Toronto’s pre-construction condo market

Construction of The Well condominium project in downtown Toronto is shown on September 15, 2020. Like the resale market, buyers of pre-construction homes are starting to put their purchases on hold amid uncertain economic conditions.Fred Lum/The Balloon and the Mail Investor confidence has begun to cool for new condos in Toronto, the latest sign that … Read more

More than a billion dollars removed from the cryptocurrency market

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The only states that teach personal finance (and what you’ll have to teach kids yourself)

Photo: worawit_j (Shutterstock) Recently, Georgia became the thirteenth state in the country order personal finance education for high school students. According Next generation personal financeGeorgia joins Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Ohio, Tennessee, Utah and Virginia in requiring teens to take at least one semester of personal finance before can … Read more

Poilievre says he would remove Bank of Canada governor if he forms government

Candidate Pierre Poilievre makes a comment at the Conservative Party of Canada English leadership debate in Edmonton on May 11.Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre said he would remove the governor of the Bank of Canada if he forms a government, a violation of the convention that separates the central bank from … Read more

‘That’s nonsense’: Former BoC chief criticizes Poilievre’s claim on central bank – CTV News

‘That’s nonsense’: Former BoC chief criticizes Poilievre’s claim on central bankCTV News Poilievre’s Bank of Canada comments criticized by former governorCTV News “That’s nonsense—-”: David Dodge criticizes Poilievre’s attack on the Bank of CanadaBNN See full coverage on Google News

The street of Toronto is full of garbage and the locals can not take it anymore

Litter seems to be a big problem in Toronto. Whether it’s owners not picking up their dog’s poop or leaving litter on a trail after a party, people get frustrated that others don’t clean up after themselves. A street in Toronto is littered with garbage and the locals have decided to take matters into their … Read more

FTC Approves $69 Million Settlement with Frontier Communications on Internet Speeds in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The Federal Trade Commission has approved a $69 million settlement with Frontier Communications over allegations that the technology company misrepresented Internet service speeds to customers in Riverside and Los Angeles counties, officials said Thursday. The settlement resolves a civil enforcement action alleging deceptive business practices by Frontier in connection with the sale … Read more