I personally follow a passive investment strategy as advocated by the Canadian Couch Potato. I have absolutely no ties to that website, however, nor to any other investment or finance site.
I started to care significantly about personal finance after the sudden unexpected death of my wife. I tend to focus on questions related to Canada, RRSPs and TFSA, passive indexed investments, and estate issues.
The Personal Finance and Money stackexchange site was immensely useful to me during a particularly difficult time in my life. Thank you.
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