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Does anyone here own ETFs such as vanguard Canada etf...If I keep these in taxable account... is there any USA withholding taxes on the dividends? VUN VCN VDU VEE VFV VSPYES or NO ??
Does anyone know if IB enforces the pattern day trading rule??? I went to the website and it looks like they do but in 2013 they have said that they moved their clearing operations to Canada and eliminated the PDT. Tried emailing but no response.
Hi RFDers,Just relocated to Canada.Any cost-effective, fast and reliable day trading platforms/discount brokers(or even prop firms) that you recommend for stocks on TSX, NYSE and Nasdaq? On average 10 - 30 trades per day, 2k - 10k shares per trade on non-penny stocks.Appreciate it.
"Apple plans to sell C$2.5b in bonds in Canada" - I have been reading this news from months and curious to know more details. I tried to dig into it but no luck. Can someone through their thoughts about what exactly are these bonds and how to buy also whether these are save/useful or not ? Thanks!
Hi, I am pretty new to investing, here is my situation: I am a Canadian working in US and want to invest some USD. My TDW RRSP and TFSA accounts haven't been maxed out yet, and I have opened a NON-registered AmeriTrade account in US as well. My question is where should I put my USD? in US non-regist...
Hi everyone, long time lurker. I currently use Interactive Brokers Canada (I am a Canadian citizen, currently in Canada) to invest on the TSX only, following a lot of rodbarc's Dividend Growth strategy. Soon, I will be moving to the US for a paid internship ...
... or ETF. In order to have the interest to be deductable, it has to be in a non-registered account. My question is that if I buy TD US index and Canada index e series funds, will the interest be deductable or not? The description of the funds say that the primary purpose is to provide long term ...
is it worth it? I like reading their articles and consider buying into a paid subscription. But at the same time the combination with Money Talk (TD) and Seeking Alpha give me enough information as well. Any thoughts on The Fool ?
In honour of our 150th celebration, I ask you to declare your TSX stock of choice for performance in the second half of 2017. It looks like we are getting rate increase(s) and apparently the economy is peddling along, although we have continued weakness in energy and a fragile and bubbly real estate...
http://www.marcfabersblog.com/2017/05/marc-faber-on-canada-real-estate-and.html"There is still a lot of money sloshing around in the world and in general international investors view Canada more favorably than the US."
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... doesn't happen but like what most said, raising interest rates is going to be touchy subject for the BoC. Bank for International Settlements says Canada is showing early warning signs of financial crisis http://business.financialpost.com/news/economy/bank-for-international-settlements-says-canada-is-showing-early-warning-signs-of-financial-crisis ...
I am new to trading but would like to find a OTC broker that does not require a minimum for a cash account with low commissions. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
First time doing this RESP thing.Opened account with TD bank (planning to do e-series).Deposited $2,500 last week.How long on average does it take to receive the Canada Education Savings Grant in an RESP account?
... earning around 45k annually. I just gotten an email from my HR asking if I wanted to automatically deduct contribution from my paycheck to buy the Canada Saving Bonds. As someone with no experience with investing and generally just put any leftover money in a TFSA, could buying Canada Saving Bonds ...
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