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Rob Carrick

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Ep. 026 Rob Carrick, What is happening in the Markets?, Bulletproofing your Personal Finances, & Hot Real Estate Sector

Mind and Money

Corey Butler and Shawn Todd enjoy a great podcast with well know Canadian financial journalist and educator - Rob Carrick.  A broad discussion on a variety of finance topics including; the rising tide of new investors, ETFs, potential capital gains on homes, crypto, consumer education, financial stress tests, and what are most Canadians experiencing? Connect with Corey, Shawn, and Ecivda Financial on Instagram, FB, LinkedIn, YouTube & Twitter.

1hr 12mins

21 Apr 2021

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2020: The Year in Review, with Rob Carrick

The MapleMoney Show

For many, 2020 has been a year to forget, either from a health standpoint, a financial one, or both. But while most of us are ready to put the year behind us, it’s always a good idea to take time to reflect on the good, the bad, and the ugly. Joining me this week for a 2020 Year-In-Review is Rob Carrick, of the Globe and Mail. If you ask me, few Canadians have a better pulse on what’s happening with the finances of average Canadians, and the Canadian economy as a whole, which made Rob the perfect guest for this conversation. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/132 This episode of The MapleMoney Show is brought to you by Willful. Did you know that 57% of Canadian adults don’t have a will? Willful has made it more affordable, convenient, and easy for Canadians to create a legal will and Power of Attorney documents online from the comfort of home. In less than 20 minutes and for a fraction of the price of visiting a lawyer, you can gain peace of mind knowing you’ve put a plan in place to protect your children, pets, and loved ones in the event of an emergency. Get started for free at https://maplemoney.com/willful and use promo code MAPLEMONEY to save 15%.

28mins

6 Jan 2021

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How to Get Your Finances Right in 2020, with Rob Carrick

The MapleMoney Show

How were your finances in 2019? Did you find yourself moving forward, or did you feel a bit stuck? There’s a lot that goes into managing money, and making the right decisions is not always easy. Thankfully, my guest this week is here to help. Rob Carrick is a long-time personal finance columnist with The Globe and Mail. He came prepared with a number of great tips that will help you get out of debt and increase your savings in 2020. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/robcarrick This week’s episode was brought to you by EQ Bank. Did you know? You can now transfer money overseas with TransferWise directly from your EQ Bank Savings Plus account. Not only will you benefit from earning 2.3% interest on your savings, but you’ll pay far less for international money transfers. While other banks have a habit of sneaking in markups and extra charges, that’s not something you’ll have to worry about with EQ Bank. Save money today, visit https://maplemoney.com/eqbank

23mins

8 Jan 2020

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Interview with Rob Carrick - Millennial Money

Real Money Talk - A fresh take on personal finance

In our first ever episode we speak with Rob Carrick, personal finance columnist for the Globe & Mail, about millennials and their money. We cover everything from the bad, the good, and even get into retirement and home buying. [1:25] Money Makeups and Mess-ups [3:30] Do Millennials have it harder than previous generations? [6:25] 58% of 36 to 54 year olds think millennials are soft [7:30] What are the big financial mistakes among millennials? [9:00] Only 41% of millennials are investing their money [10:30] What are the first steps to starting an investment portfolio? The Real Life Money Launcher [12:15] Common Q&A from Millennials about money [13:15] Should I invest or pay down my student debt? [14:15] How much of a role does FOMO play in a millennials finances? [15:50] The stress of homeownership and renovations [17:15] The financial advantages for Millennials [21:40] The single most important behaviour for financial success [22:30] What should Millennials think about moving forward? rcarrick@globeandmail.com @rcarrick on twitter  [23:50] Shower thoughts with Tyler [24:05] Roundtable Review with Justin, Tyler, and Hyder [30:00] End Credits Music by: BeatChemist

30mins

18 Sep 2019

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068 Rob Carrick, Canada's personal finance vigilante

Alain Guillot Show

Rob Carrick has been a journalist for the Globe and Mail newspaper for the past 20 years. In my opinion, he's the best personal finance journalist in Canada. I never feel that he has a hidden agenda or that he's trying to sell me product/service. I feel that his true motive is to help me make better financial decisions and to protect me from the avalanche of misleading information out there.

29mins

27 May 2019

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Steering Away from the Financial Extremes with Rob Carrick (EP.39)

The Rational Reminder Podcast

Today on the show we are joined by Rob Carrick from The Globe and Mail! Rob has been writing about money and investing for almost 30 years and has a wealth of expertise and insight to share on everything from mutual funds to ETFs. In our discussion we cover common questions that Rob encounters, how his views have changed over the years, the parts of his job he has most enjoyed and his thoughts on where we are at right now. Rob comments on the feelings of worry and dissatisfaction that seems to characterize Canadian finances at the moment and talks about the FIRE Movement and lessons for the next generation. For all of this great content and much more, be sure to join on the podcast today! John Robertson's spreadsheet Key Points From This Episode: The most common questions that Rob receives. [0:02:47.8] Rob’s shifting perspective on seeking out an advisor. [0:04:41.5] Why Rob has traditionally enjoyed writing about housing investments [0:07:49.9] The current financial climate and Rob’s take on it. [0:10:14.4] Reasons why current financial worries are justified. [0:13:08.1] The rise in popularity of ETFs. [0:14:50.9] The bad rep that mutual funds have been getting recently. [0:18:37.4] Good practices for parents to teach their children about money. [0:21:42.2] The FIRE Movement and comparing generational attitudes. [0:24:56.6] Rob’s own many practices and who he goes to for advice. [0:30:39.5] How Rob defines success. [0:35:23.5] And much more! For more information or to contact Cameron and Ben, visit pwlcapital.com

36mins

28 Mar 2019

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Steering Away from the Financial Extremes with Rob Carrick (EP.39)

The Rational Reminder Podcast

Today on the show we are joined by Rob Carrick from The Globe and Mail! Rob has been writing about money and investing for almost 30 years and has a wealth of expertise and insight to share on everything from mutual funds to ETFs. In our discussion we cover common questions that Rob encounters, how his views have changed over the years, the parts of his job he has most enjoyed and his thoughts on where we are at right now. Rob comments on the feelings of worry and dissatisfaction that seems to characterize Canadian finances at the moment and talks about the FIRE Movement and lessons for the next generation. For all of this great content and much more, be sure to join on the podcast today! John Robertson's spreadsheet Key Points From This Episode: The most common questions that Rob receives. [0:02:47.8] Rob’s shifting perspective on seeking out an advisor. [0:04:41.5] Why Rob has traditionally enjoyed writing about housing investments [0:07:49.9] The current financial climate and Rob’s take on it. [0:10:14.4] Reasons why current financial worries are justified. [0:13:08.1] The rise in popularity of ETFs. [0:14:50.9] The bad rep that mutual funds have been getting recently. [0:18:37.4] Good practices for parents to teach their children about money. [0:21:42.2] The FIRE Movement and comparing generational attitudes. [0:24:56.6] Rob’s own many practices and who he goes to for advice. [0:30:39.5] How Rob defines success. [0:35:23.5] And much more! For more information or to contact Cameron and Ben, visit pwlcapital.com

36mins

28 Mar 2019

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18 - Boots on the Ground With Rob Carrick

Canadian Couch Potato

The Globe and Mail’s Rob Carrick talks about his 20-year career in financial journalism and how he manages to stay relevant to his readers. Then Dan takes issue with the idea that screening for individual stocks is like building a “personal index fund.” In the Ask the Spud segment, he argues that the market is efficient whether you’re picking growth stocks or betting against the Blue Jays. For complete show notes on Boots on the Ground With Rob Carrick, visit www.canadiancouchpotato.com/podcast.

43mins

6 Oct 2018

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Episode #4: Rob Carrick from the Globe and Mail on Boomers, Real Estate, Investing and Robo Advisors

The MoneySaver Podcast

In the fourth episode of the MoneySaver podcast, we speak with Rob Carrick, personal finance columnist for the Globe and Mail.  We talk about Boomers, Millennials, your home as an investment, car loans Robo Advisors and a variety of other personal finance topics. Topics: 1:07:  How did you get into writing advice columns about money? 2:49: As a contrarian, what do you think about housing as an investment? 3:50: How will rising interests rates will affect Canadians who own homes? 6:18: Do you think Canadians are well-served by their banks? 8:40:  How do we teach our kids about money?  Is including personal finance as a part of the educational curriculum the answer? 11:45:  With regards to investing..what will it take to get Canadians to switch from their love affair with mutual funds to more low cost options like ETFs? 13:25:  What is a Robo Advisor? 20:10:  Do you follow your own advice when it comes to you and your family? 21:00:  So you're not a fan of the budget? 22:04:  What do you think of frugality? 24:00:  Boomer parents taking away from their retirement to help their children with money. 28:28:  Regarding frugality and splurging, what are some of the things that you splurge on? 29:23:  Do you save up in advance or use your credit card? 31:38:  Have you taught your kids about money?  Do they share your attitudes? 31:53:  What are your three best tips about what to do with your money? 34:21:  Ellen's Tips and Tricks:  Car and Home Insurance

36mins

18 Apr 2018

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S1 Ep17 - Rob Carrick

Because Money Podcast

Generation Y and Mindless Home BuyingWith Special Guest Rob Carrick << Seriously!When people hear “Rob Carrick” they immediately think “Personal Finance” or “Money”. Rob is a (the) personal finance columnist for Globe and Mail and has been writing about his experiences with money at the Globe since 1996.For full show notes please visit: http://www.becausemoney.ca/generation-y-mindless-home-buying-ep17/

30mins

5 Oct 2016

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