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 →
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