ETFs

    April
  • categories: Mortgages

    It’s a battle many of you have probably been waiting for: In one corner are GICs and in the other are bond exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Compared to stocks, GICs and bond ETFs are on the boring … Read More

  • March
  • The world of investments has been an exciting place over the last few years, primarily due to one thing – robo-advisors. Canadians pay some of the highest fees in the world for investing services. Lowering your … Read More

  • December
  • categories: Deposits

    A registered education savings plan (RESP) is a great way to save for a child’s post-secondary education. Not only do you get free money from the federal government for making a contribution, but any capital gains … Read More

  • November
  • categories: Personal Finance

    “Because it’s 2015,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau famously said, when he was asked about why a gender-balanced cabinet was important to him. Now that it’s 2017, almost 2018, and inspired by Prime Minister Trudeau retort, a … Read More

  • July
  • December
  • November
  • Online investment managers, known as robo-advisors, have grown in popularity over the past couple of years because they provide investors with a professionally managed portfolio at a lower cost than mutual funds.

  • categories: Deposits

    The path towards investing can seem a distant prospect for many, especially when factoring in the challenges of saving after housing and living expenses. Don’t lose heart, there will come a time where savings will accumulate.

  • May
  • categories: Deposits

    You’ve probably heard of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). And chances are you’ve also heard about high-interest savings accounts. But have you heard about high-interest savings ETFs?