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RESP - Investing ideas - ETFs

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RESP - Investing ideas - ETFs

Hi all,
I'm moving my child's RESP from a mutual fund to Questrade. I plan to buy inexpensive indexed ETFs each year. My child is around 10 years away from attending University, so I plan to hold equity-heavy ETFs, then move to less risky assets as he gets closer to University.

Given that there are hundreds of ETFs out there, does this group have recommendations what I can buy now (equity-heavy) and what I could move towards to become less risky down the road.

I'm looking for my ETFs to have some Canadian and some US / International exposure. And ideally, I only want to hold 1 or 2 ETFs in total.

Thanks,
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reversi wrote: Hi all,
I'm moving my child's RESP from a mutual fund to Questrade. I plan to buy inexpensive indexed ETFs each year. My child is around 10 years away from attending University, so I plan to hold equity-heavy ETFs, then move to less risky assets as he gets closer to University.

Given that there are hundreds of ETFs out there, does this group have recommendations what I can buy now (equity-heavy) and what I could move towards to become less risky down the road.

I'm looking for my ETFs to have some Canadian and some US / International exposure. And ideally, I only want to hold 1 or 2 ETFs in total.

Thanks,
VBAL or VGRO - iShares has similar (XBAL, XGRO) and BMO has some similar ones as well.
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Decide on your asset allocation among the Growth, Balances and Conservative, and then pick the corresponding ETF from either Vanguard, BMO or Ishares.

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