Chatter Around the World – 114

Chatter Around the World is a curated weekly update of articles related to economics, investing, dividends and personal finance. In these weekly updates, I also capture my blog updates and news related to my portfolio holdings.


How Countries Spend their Money

Image Source: The Economist

Let’s dive into the links that caught my attention this week.

Updates from My Portfolio Holdings

Interesting Reads

Dividend Reads

Dividend Stock Analysis

Have a wonderful weekend!

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13 thoughts on “Chatter Around the World – 114

  1. I enjoyed the sector overview on the Canadian banks you did earlier this week. I believe that post was the last read I did before doing my own fundamental on BNS and later initiated a position.

    – mraitn

    • Glad you liked it, mraitn. Also happy to hear that you did your own analysis before initiating a position instead of taking my word of it…I wouldnt wish any other way to the readers 🙂

      Glad to you have you as a fellow shareholder in BNS.


  2. I enjoy your Dividend Stock Analysis section – It’s great to see the different ways people make their investment decisions and the importance they place on some factors and those they place little to no weight on. Many different approaches.

  3. Interesting chart. It is confronting to see how people in India spend so much more on food than we do, and so much less on housing.

    Thx for this weekly publication, I enjoy reading these little facts

    • Yes, it helps put things into perspective. In a way, Im not surprised that Australians spend so much on recreation, but I am surprised with some such as the amount spent by Mexico on transport. Interesting chart indeed.


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