A recently released study by the OSC has concluded that many investors receive very little advice for the fees that they pay to investment advisors
With Canadian and US stock markets at all-time highs and up about 15% so far in 2019, many investors are wondering if it is time to sell some stocks
Despite claims that Managed Mutual Funds will outperform Index Funds in a down market (TSX -8.8% in 2018), the vast majority still managed to underperform the market in 2018.
Welcome to the Ninth edition of this seminar exclusively for members of the Ottawa Branch of the National Association of Federal Retirees (NAFR).
For retirees who are in the decumulation phase (ie spending phase) of investing, which is far more complex than the accumulation phase because of the need to generate income and minimize taxes, a Fee Based adviser may be the answer.
In February 2018 Vanguard Canada launched all-in-one complete Balanced Portfolios that you can purchase by entering one ticker symbol.
Many Canadian Mutual Funds have a "series" of exactly the same funds for sale through discount online brokers, and at fees (Management Expense Ratio or MER) about a full 1 per cent lower than what they charge when the same fund is bought through banks or commissioned brokers or advisers.
From the New York Times, are five key pieces of investing advice from John Bogle that any investor can implement.