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Wondering how I should be investing 2k atm as I want to start investing for the long term. Can make monthly contributions. Just graduated from university and found a job. Should I make an investment using a Canadian Couch Potatoe Strategy on Questrade in a TFSA?
Hey guys, I've decided to get my parents divorce the financial planner whom have been purchasing a lot of mutual funds on their behalf with crappy return and a ton of mer (2.4%)Given that they are 3-5 years away from retirement. What would be the best portfolio for them? Thanks
http://www.nasdaq.com/article/5-best-performing-growth-mutual-funds-year-to-date-best-performing-funds-year-to-date-cm294105where the hell is a crystal ball when you need one. damn mawer funds have been getting smoked lately
I worked for a company that offered a pension plan and employee share purchase plan. I am no longer with the company and now have to decide what to do with the defined contribution pension plan and the non-registered savings plan (stocks). These are both held within Sun Life. I am wanting to bring t...
I currently have an account with Ameritrade in the US but I am looking for an online broker in Canada. Would appreciate your opinions on which Canadian online broker is best in terms of service and fees or should I just stay with TD Ameritrade.Thx!
I Currently choosed canadian dividend plan for my RRSP savings .. please suggest if i can continue with it or choose other options http://funds.rbcgam.com/pdf/fund-pages/monthly/rbf266_e.pdf
Hi im looking to invest 50 k preferrably with a monthly payout what are your opinons please lmk thanks alot
Hi all I want to start building a portfolio and was wondering what is the best option to buy ETF's at a lower cost? I see Scotia offers for $4.99 per trade. I'm looking for a portal/FI which wouldn't require a substantial amount of $ to be locked in/deposited to take care of the min. buying price. A...
The other day I did the initial paperwork for a td direct investing account but now I come to find out they have a quarterly fee? (don't have the minimum amount to avoid this fee)Anyone else have any other recommendations?
Assuming one spouse makes significantly more than another spouse. For example one is on an extended parental leave with zero income. Would there be a benefit to put investments Ina joint non-registered account , so that when there is income or capital gains from the investments, it can go against th...
I've been doing a lot of research over the last couple of weeks and using Canadian couch potato and I think I'm ready to get started but I can't decide whether I should go with index or ETF. I currently have an RRSP and TFSA set up with RBC set up in mutual funds which I'm probably getting killed wi...
Has anyone else wished all they bought was SP500?My international stocks were doing so badly over a few years.
Sounds like dividend paying stocks in a TFSA will result in some withholding tax whereas none will be withheld in a RRSP. For US corporate bonds that pay interest, is it better to invest inside a RRSP or will investing inside a TFSA do just fine? For Canadian dividends and interest payments, which r...
I was checking the current HISA options for my parents-in-law: https://www.highinterestsavings.ca/chart/ Best 3 seem to be: 2% EQ Bank Savings Plus Account https://www.eqbank.ca/personal-banking/features-rates 1.95% Alterna Bank High Interest eSavings Account https://www.alternabank.ca/Personal/Ever...
Hi all, I'm very new to the stock market world and would like to know which bank I should go with to start my investment. I hear TD is good, and I also plan on opening a TFSA. Any advice for a newbie is much appreciated, thanks!
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