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Next we will see cats lying with dogs.

In “ETF Expense Ratios Between Countries”, I looked at how the same fund can have widely different expense ratios depending on which exchange it was listed.

I read an interesting article that reinforces a key point I made. And adds a couple more worthy of note. 

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A well diversified investment portfolio is a key requirement for long-term investing success.

Diversification is important. But sometimes too much diversification can negatively impact portfolio performance. It can be a fine line in getting it right.

Today, a look at indications your portfolio is overly diversified. 

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As discussed in Saskatchewan Economic Success, natural resources are a key driver for the province’s current economic success.

Learning about Saskatchewan’s natural resources is important for many different people and for multiple reasons.

And not just for those living in Saskatchewan. Or only the natural resource sectors. 

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Each year seems to bring an ever increasing number of new exchange traded funds (ETFs).

2011 was no exception.

Some say many of the new ETFs are not necessary, but I like the increase. 

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Photo for Sale

On 11/25/2011, in Alternative Investments, by Jordan Wilson

I took a great photo the other day and am looking to sell it.

What would you pay?

It is a pretty picture. Lovely river, green grass. 

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Diamond Buying Tips

On 02/04/2011, in Alternative Investments, by Jordan Wilson

We have not really discussed alternative asset classes yet.

I did mention that investors with specialized knowledge may be able to excel in market segments relating to their expertise. Conversely, investors with little to no knowledge, will have difficulty investing in these segments.

Some examples are fine art, stamps, coins, and gems.

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