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Does anyone have any idea where to obtain Private Placements opportunities in junior mining companies listed in Canada (TSX-V, CSE, NEO)? I'd like to participate some in betting the bull trend of precious/base metal plays. Btw i am an accredited investor. thanks a million!

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Here is the thing. I’m invested 100% and do not plan to sell anything anytime soon. But, I would like to consider buying some kind of insurance/protection against a potential market crash. Is it possible? Does anyone have similar thoughts or some experience with it?

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Does anyone have any idea where to obtain Private Placements opportunities in junior mining companies listed in Canada (TSX-V, CSE, NEO)? I'd like to participate some in betting the bull trend of precious/base metal plays. Btw i am an accredited investor. thanks a million!

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Hi, could you please let me know if it is a good idea to day trade in an RRSP and a TFSA account or if there are any tax implication or any other issues?

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Here is the thing. I’m invested 100% and do not plan to sell anything anytime soon. But, I would like to consider buying some kind of insurance/protection against a potential market crash. Is it possible? Does anyone have similar thoughts or some experience with it?

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Solid sector investment options and amazing performance thus far. The US listed ones have more performance history, the CAD options are newer but they hold the same stocks. CAD https://emergecm.ca/ USD https://ark-funds.com/innovation-etfs The USD options have a lower MER.

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Looking for any feedback on DS.TO (Dividend Select 15 Corp.). The stock price seems to be on a slow decline for the past couple of years. Anyone own this stock?

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Hi, could you please let me know if it is a good idea to day trade in an RRSP and a TFSA account or if there are any tax implication or any other issues?

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So I am an official newbie to Canada in the sense that I just got my Permanent Residency a few months ago. I have plenty of RRSP room that I want to fill up. That way my T4 2020 looks good with my higher income this year but I get an instant tax break for the money I put into my RRSP. Correct? I cur...

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Hi ! I have around 190 000$ invested in ( tfsa 92 000, rsp 68 000, non reg 29 000) I am in the process of buying a duplex in 2021. ( around june) I need around to put around 10 000 ( cashdown etc...) What are my best options : 1- Don ...

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Hello Guys, I have 3 stocks where I currently have 25% PROFIT, Still holidng them. Need suggestions , Can i sell the stocks for 25% porfit or just Hold them ? These stocks are in my TFSA Account XBC WELL BPU

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hello. I am looking into trading stocks. what is your recommended low fee trading platform for beginner? I am checking out TD Direct Investing since I do most my banking with TD. But I wonder if there are more user friendly and low fee trading platform out there to allow me to trade Canada and USA m...

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Background is I just accepted a new position where I won't be in a DB pension plan anymore and want to start investing for retirement. My previous retirement plan was just contributing to a DB pension and paying down debts. I have >70k contribution room in my TFSA. My new company will match 100% for...

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If biden win, stock price will go up or down? I'm kind of excited but also worried about the stock market.

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Hey guys, planning to move my son's RESP from TD e-series into Questrade, currently it's only a single account but we've recently had a second child and looking to move it to Questrade on a family RESP account. A few questions I had in regards to the QT account: - When filling the transfer form at Q...

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Question for those already there, as it is my short term goal...Once you've maxed out your TFSA as well as RRSP for that year (and RESP if applicable), where does money go after that? Assuming mortgage is paid off, what does one do with the cash if all those contributions are maxed? Regular investin...

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... alpha, the answer is very little. For example, let’s assume that the market will return 4% a year (after-inflation) going forward and you can earn 1% above this (net of fees) over the next 10 years. How much more money would you have 10 years from now? About 10% more: After 20 years, you’d have ...

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Can anyone tell me how I understand this margin account? Screen Shot 2020-09-16 at 9.59.10 PM.png I do have some Canadian positions. I did have some USD positions in the past that I'm trying to forget (circa 2008). Does this mean I have Consolidated Total Net Value - CAD Net Value available for with...

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Which bank offers the best tsfa account to trade stocks,funds, etc. with lowest fee.

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I'm interested in BIP stock. Safe to buy now or wait a bit more during US election? (Oct/Nov)

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Background is I just accepted a new position where I won't be in a DB pension plan anymore and want to start investing for retirement. My previous retirement plan was just contributing to a DB pension and paying down debts. I have >70k contribution room in my TFSA. My new company will match 100% for...

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I'm interested in BIP stock. Safe to buy now or wait a bit more during US election? (Oct/Nov)

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I'm thinking of buying put options but on what (tech stocks like the QQQ seems undefeatable)? Or would a bet on the VIX turning higher pan out though I have no clue and will have to read up on the matter. I'm holding on to my core holding for sure, and it's not part of any ETF or index. https://www....

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Hello Investors, Basically I’m in my 30s and looking for long term or short term investments. You can say retirement planning , for kids, etc. I wanted to know what you people did when you were first timer like stock analysis, companies balance sheet , BNN news , index, ongoing source of knowledge, ...

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... dividend calculator, i entered the following values: starting principle: 500,000 annual contribution: 25,000 dividend yield: 5% years invested: 10 the results indicated that between year 1 and year 10, my annual dividend payout would go from 25k to 68k. how accurate is this assumption? this ...

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Which bank offers the best tsfa account to trade stocks,funds, etc. with lowest fee.

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Until recently i was using DeGiro to buy and sell LSE shares with very low charges, however with a recent change in their terms (I think its related to them being bought by a German Banking group) they will no longer allow me to hold an account with them and are closing my account at year end. Havin...

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Sorry. New to investment in Canada/USA How do we buy stock at IPO price in Canada and US? I have a HSBC investdirect account too

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So I am an official newbie to Canada in the sense that I just got my Permanent Residency a few months ago. I have plenty of RRSP room that I want to fill up. That way my T4 2020 looks good with my higher income this year but I get an instant tax break for the money I put into my RRSP. Correct? I cur...

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... preform well. Many people are using this argument to push not only gold but also bitcoin - the argument is what do you have to lose by holding 1-5% of your cash in these assets? Some corporations in the US are going so far as to convert a part of their cash holdings to Bitcoin. For the sake ...