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I follow Meb Faber's blog posts as they sometimes go against the grain but are fairly insightful. Here's another one of those post where he shows that shareholder yield beats dividend yield: http://mebfaber.com/2017/04/26/dividend-growth-myth/ I know that Canadians get a favourable tax treatment on ...

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I am actively using Level 2 market data for trading on TSX and now I want to see what it looks like to trade on TSXV. Will be Level 2 market data useful for those trades? How much does it help you in your trading on TSXV? I find that cost for Level 2 data for TSXV is much more compare to Level 2 dat...

tfsa

For those who maxed out their TFSA, what's your current account value in CDN$ of your TFSA? Mine is currently at $69,525 as of March 31, 2017. That means a gain of $17,525 (34%) since inception.

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Hi all, I've been really trying to get into investing lately and have been reading all kinds of threads on here, read into CCP and into investing in general but still am unable to get a firm grasp. I apologize in advance for sounding more beginner than a beginner because there's potentially going to...

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Not much for choices here in Canada...OTC,CMG,SHOP,BB,CSU

etf

I'm a little confused about this ETF. In the description on the bmo site it says "The BMO MSCI EAFE Hedged to CAD Index ETF has been designed to replicate, to the extent possible, the performance of the MSCI EAFE 100% Hedged to CAD Dollars Index, net of expenses. The Fund invests in developed market...

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Doing some due diligence on this mortgage investment fund. Has anyone heard of them or invested in them? The below link is their website and also the fund profile. The minimum investment is $10k CAD and currently has approximately 8% yield. http://www.rescomic.ca/resources/Fund-Profile.pdf http://ww...

rrsp

Hi all, Wondering if anyone has suggestions on a good place to park some of my funds for a while. My funds are registered so I'd have to move to another registered product. I'm looking for something that's super safe but that doesn't yield me only enough to buy a Timmy's coffee :o) Thanks in advance

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Not much for choices here in Canada...OTC,CMG,SHOP,BB,CSU

stocks

Hi. I have some USD stocks in my RSP account at InvestorLine. Unfortunately can't DRIP those USD stocks there. Is this the case with other brokerages as well? I am not thinking this is the case so will probably have to consider opening RSP account at different brokerage. Any recommendations on that ...

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Not much for choices here in Canada...OTC,CMG,SHOP,BB,CSU

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I'm trying to use adjustedcostbase.ca to track my ACB and on March 31, VCN paid out a distribution, but I'm not sure what type of transaction to select from the drop down list on adjustedcostbase.ca. Anyone?

portfolio

... I have 50k to invest but have a couple of questions... Is it wise to invest it all at once when markets are so high or should I invest over next 1-2 years in small amounts ? Secondly this is all in LIRA and RRSP ... I want to invest it in ETF's and 2 Mawer funds for growth... Any suggestions ...

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Hi, I have $1000 worth of Canada savings bonds from 2009, I calculated about $70 interest earned, my question is If I go to the bank to cash them in will the teller provide me with a t5 slip to report as income for next years income tax season ?

questrade

One of the lousy thing about Questrade is you can't download account transactions. Every month I have to manually enter many transactions to record distributions and dividends. While this isn't that big of a deal it is error prone and a bit of a hassle. Has anyone overcome this problem?

tax

... software business as one of three partners/shareholders. We incorporated, so a numbered company actually bought the assets but we each put up a 1/3. So I suppose we loaned the corp the funds to buy the business. Can I write off the personal interest expense I've incurred in 2016 as a result ...

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Hello! I wonder what are your online broker suggestions when investing Canadian ETFs? I looked at Scotia iTrade but the transaction fee seems to be high at $9.99. What will be the best option for me to do this? Thanks

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I was in pseudo capital preservation mode for a bit and have my TFSA (~40k) invested in some stable Canadian high div equities (i.e. MFC, T, BIP.UN, ZEB, XDV are the larger holdings). All in the money and on synthetic DRIPS where possible. I leave ~$10k cash in a savings account but have viewed this...

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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...

trading

... trainee in 2 years? I don't consider the ripoff report from the Australia as most offices are managed differently. This one is for the one at 1st Canada Place downtown. This is solely my sleuthing and research, I did not look past it since 2015 so please update it if I have any inaccuracies ...

dividend

I follow Meb Faber's blog posts as they sometimes go against the grain but are fairly insightful. Here's another one of those post where he shows that shareholder yield beats dividend yield: http://mebfaber.com/2017/04/26/dividend-growth-myth/ I know that Canadians get a favourable tax treatment on ...

mutual funds

I am currently with TD and their Mutual Funds have been doing really well. Especially the technology fund. Now, I am thinking if I can do better? or if I should stick with it. This is because I am planning to leave TD because their chequing account fees are pretty high.

shares

Hi, I posted this in the investing forum but didn't much of an answer so I am trying here. My employer offered me the opportunity to purchase shares in the company. It is a private company so I have no way to sell them but I was wondering if anyone here can tell me how this asset is to be accounted ...

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http://business.financialpost.com/investing/five-small-cap-stocks-that-you-may-have-never-heard-of-but-should-be-on-your-radar Photon Control (PHO on TSX-V) After an 88 per cent one-year gain, Photon’s market cap has risen to $159 million, and it just got its first Bay Street analyst report. It has ...

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For those who maxed out their TFSA, what's your current account value in CDN$ of your TFSA? Mine is currently at $69,525 as of March 31, 2017. That means a gain of $17,525 (34%) since inception.

usd

Hi. I have some USD stocks in my RSP account at InvestorLine. Unfortunately can't DRIP those USD stocks there. Is this the case with other brokerages as well? I am not thinking this is the case so will probably have to consider opening RSP account at different brokerage. Any recommendations on that ...

buy

Hi I have 40k to invest in LIRA. What would be the most aggressive way to invest it all in Mawer funds. Should I go all in on MAW 150 or split it into different funds ? I won't be touching this account for 23 years at least. Thanks

broker

I put a limit of 57.80. stock is now at 57.40. do they stick me with the .80 or get me the .40????

how to

Hi all, looking for some advice on how to best start investing for the future. Situation. I'm 33, just starting a new job which pays around 65K and can expect it to go up to 80-90K in a couple years. Income does fluctuate and depends on what shifts I get and how much overtime I choose to work. Incom...

money

Hi, Can anyone who has already taken the 7 day pro trader course please tell me if it's worth the money? I need advise, it seems legit just overpriced, have u made profits from it? Have u paid your tuition