For the second straight year ETFs outsold mutual funds by a wide margin
We forget a lot things as investors. Currently, we don’t know what a real stock market correction feels like.
As I am sitting here in South West Florida, spending my Canadian dollarettes, and watching the awful winter unfold "Up North", I thought that I would send out this inspirational photo to encourage you to keep on investing wisely.
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.
A great article wrapping up the year and decade, which puts a lot of what has occurred in the economies and stock markets into clear context
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 →
How to spot a shady sales pitch.