Over a ten year period, 89% underperformed their comparative index.
Stock market volatility has been the subject du jour for a few weeks as stock markets have treated us to more of a roller coaster ride with some generous declines in the mix. But as I mentioned in a recent post, this market volatility is all normal stock market behaviour. It’s normal for markets to […]... Continue Reading →
Someday in the foreseeable future, the “fit will hit the shan” and these valuations will come back down to earth. With Trumpski as President, who knows what might trigger a major correction or worse? Iran, China, outrageous deficits, higher interest rates ?
There are two broad approaches to investing: active and passive. Both aim to make money but how do they differ?
Three simple strategies can have an enormous impact on your investment returns. I call them FTD - Fees, Taxes and Diversification.
How to sell your Mutual Funds and become a DIY investor. A number of attendees at my Investing For Retirees seminars are interested in replacing their high cost, low performing Mutual Funds, but don't have the information necessary to give them the confidence to do so. This article from MoneySense does a very good job... Continue Reading →
Frankly, the only reason for retirees to own Canadian stocks is the tax advantaged nature of the dividend tax cred
There’s a new and very important investment book in town. And this one is called Beat The Bank, The Canadian Guide to Simply Successful Investing from Larry Bates. Last week I discussed why Larry just had to write Beat The Bank in this post Cut The Crap Investing and Beat The Bank. In the headline... Continue Reading →