June 4 roundup

On flat interest rates, the new MOAR investment strategy and your chance to win a free copy of the MoneySense Guide to Retiring Wealthy.



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•There may be time yet before the Bank of Canada raises lending rates. There’s talk the central bank may signal on Tuesday that it is more reluctant to raise interest rates than it was just seven weeks ago due to ongoing economic turmoil in Europe.

•Venezuelan-born American author Michael O’Higgins new investment strategy tries to beat the market. MOAR, or Michael O’Higgins Absolute Return, is a diversified, indexed portfolio with a contrarian twist, designed for investors wanting both decent returns and a good night’s sleep. Read about in over at Canadian Business.

•The MoneySense Guide to Retiring Wealthy is on sale now! Read an excerpt and enter for your chance to win one of three free copies.

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