The Canadian Couch Potato blog provides a comprehensive review of a variety of low fee, index based, investment portfolios.
The Canadian ETF market eclipsed the $200 billion mark in November. We added on in December with positive fund flows and market gains.
As many of us in the investment blogosphere will write – the one-ticket asset allocation portfolios are game changers. Canadian investors can enter a single ticker symbol and receive well-balanced globally-diversified managed portfolios. And because they are offered at various risk levels asset allocation portfolios can work with the RESP plan. It’s obviously a great… via... Continue Reading →
Should I sell my expensive fee mutual fund ?
Canada is still one of the worst with respect to mutual fund fees,
The country’s financial advisors ate what they cooked. When they placed their clients into expensive funds, claiming that the results would justify the extra cost, they sold their own beliefs
In these perilous times, a well thought out asset allocation strategy is crucial.
The Stock Market Bear That Began 19 Months Ago