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Portfolio strategy is a blueprint which investors use to create their optimal portfolios to achieve their financial goals. The strategy can take various forms for different investors. Some investors might be passive investors, tracking indices and markets, while others might take on a more active approach selecting and picking funds or stocks that match their view. A strategy, ideally, must also define when and how often would an investor rebalance their portfolio, time horizon, liquidity needs, and risk tolerance.

Collectibles and memorabilia are an alternative way to invest, and for many people, a more enjoyable way to do so compared to buying stocks or bonds. 

Canadian MoneySaver looks at the differences between technical and fundamental analysis.

Beyond Fundamentals;

How Economics And Intermarket Ratios Can Aid The Investor

Which is the better investment account?

With Peter Hodson, Editor of Canadian MoneySaver and CEO of 5i Research
-What is the market doing?
-Look at the Fundamentals of the company
-Why do you own the stock?
-The diversification of your portfolio

Unwind over the weekend with some personal finance blogs that have a Canadian flavour