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... to RRSP now. I have heard people suggesting few strategies on which type of investments (US, dividends?, Canadian Funds) is better for TFSA and some other are better for RRSP due to how they are taxed by CRA. Wanted to see if we can come up with some consolidated rules on this so that i ...
Bought/sold $LGCY last year, few times in/out, still holding the bag of 300 shares and today found their tax slip in my mailbox.Has anyone got something like this for other MLPs? Do I have to file USA tax now? Crap.
From what I have read:Nexgen Energy Ltd - NXE --> likely by CamecoSabina Gold & Silver Corp - SBB --> rumor is Agnico Eagle Mines or some other gold producerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn5YSr9Z7HE
Anyone invested in those two? Bitcoin has increase dramatically over the year. Ether is a new type of currency and it's gaining a lot of traction. The digital currency has tripled in a matter of weeks. Any thoughts? It is also tax free if you make money on them too. Not considered ...
... it to be one of the best places to learn from. I’ve decided I should start a thread to ask questions. I feel like I have a good enough understanding to make use of the answers I hope to get here. About a year ago I became interested in understanding financial markets, investing, trading and, ...
VCN Bid $31.50 Ask $31.53 Volume 54.1k In the above example, what exactly does it mean by 1 and 8 lots? TD help says: The number in the brackets indicates the number of board lots available. The size of the board lot depends on the price of the stock and the market on ...
What do you think of solar bonds? What about Copower green bonds? Both offer 5% for 5 years.
... this investment into my TFSA but was told that if I transferred my existing holdings into a TFSA, I would have to pay $25 fee per equity and also pay capital gains tax on the earnings. I hold 2 different stocks in this account, therefore $50 fee. I also earned about $8000 in profits. ...
Quick question: If I make 100k year, is the whole point to contribute enough to RRSP to get below the next tax bracket which is 91k ?
Hi,I am a newbie in investing, the subject of index fund and ETF is quite confusing.Is an index fund different from an ETF?If it's different, then how can I buy an index fund?Is S&P500 an index or an ETF?Thanks.
I'd like trade on foreign non-US designated stock exchanges in my RRSP/TFSA (and by extension hold the foreign currency). The government rules allow for this but do any brokers actually let me do it? It's not easy to find the info but so far I'm only seeing USD being allowed. Thanks
... ( I look for around 5-10% of return ). is it possible to invest by my own ( without pay much fee or Commision) I am totally 0 knowledge about it and want to learn. Appreciate your opinion
Is it mainly gold, silver, commodities, precious metals at the moment?What about where the USD is headed?https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/DTWEXMHow the Dollar Impacts Commodity Priceshttps://www.thebalance.com/how-the-dollar-impacts-commodity-prices-809294
I'm reading a few books that mention 401-K and IRA.In a nutshell, what are they and how do they differ from the Canadian version?I'm mainly concerned if I should ignore anything that mentions them, or if the general advice is somewhat applicable to Canada.
So what has been your most successful ETF or Mutual Fund (MFC) purchase to date? Just curious to see how many people here dabble on ETFs/MFCs and what some popular ones are! Me personally I've been holding XSP, XIC, and XRE for a few months now - all are doing well so far. Mutual Funds I'm still ...
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