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Understanding Investment Risk – Part 2

investment risk

Managing Risk: While risk awareness can lead investors to make prudent decisions, it is also possible to be overly cautious. …

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Understanding Investment Risk – Part 1

investment risk

We all take risks in the hope of gaining something.  It may be buying a home, changing careers or going …

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Where to Look for Investment Growth

investment growth

Since the election of Donald Trump in November, U.S. stocks have surged to all-time highs, and the S&P/TSX Composite index …

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RRSPs, TFSAs and Overall Investing

tfsa

As we approach the crazy RRSP rush deadline for another year I can’t help but wonder why so many investors …

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What can we expect in 2017?

2017

As we start into 2017, here are some comments on what investors should consider in the coming year. Investors may …

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Finding Income in Today’s Low Interest World

income

A quick scan of current five-year GIC rates shows most are below 2%. After factoring inflation at 4% and the …

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Do Our Investments Needs Change as We Retire?

retirement

Retiring at age 65 gives us an average life expectancy of about 20 years, which means half of us will …

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Investment Opportunities for Seniors in 2015!

investment

Changes made for the 2015 tax year include an increase in the allowable TFSA contribution room limit for 2015 and …

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“Must-knows” about Investment Risk

investment risk

Why it’s essential to understand risk: In order to plan for your financial future, you need to understand that investment …

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The Benefits of Investing in Segregated Funds

Segregated Funds

With today’s market volatility, investors should consider the benefits that segregated fund policies offer them, as well as the unique …

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Update on the TFSA verses RRSP debate

TFSA

Now that the annual TFSA contribution limit has been increased to $10,000, Canadians who had maxed out their contributions can …

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Investment Choices

Stop Doing What Doesnt Work

Are investors disconnected from today’s investment choices?  Almost half of Canadian investors that were polled said that the main objective …

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Living With Today’s Investing Realities

Investing Realities

Today’s investing realities are less than desirable, but they are what they are and we need to make the most …

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Investing Thoughts for 2015

Saving With Puppy

With tax season underway, tax returns coming in, and hopefully new years resolutions still in place, it is a good …

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Some thoughts on investing into 2015

Stock Market1

Attending a Manulife investment conference recently, I came away with investing information I feel is helpful in countering the barrage …

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Looking Forward 12 months For Investors

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I want to pass on some thoughts expressed by Phil Peturrson at a recent financial seminar hosted by Manulife. As …

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Prepare for Rising Interest Rates

Going Up1

The Governor of the Bank of Canada expects low interest rates will be here well into 2015, and notes that …

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Tax-Free Savings Account Guide for Individuals

Tax Free Savings

The following information is taken in part from the document, Tax-Free Savings Account Guide (TFSA) for Individuals on the CRA …

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TFSA or RRSP?

Planning1

Life used to be simple.  RRSPs were the only way to go because everyone said so — your TV, your …

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