Financial Planning For Couples: Starting To Invest

You should by now have spent some time as a couple prioritizing your goals and using the appropriate savings vehicle for your short and medium term goals. How far you need to go (your goal), and how much time you have to get there will determine the most suitable...

Introducing The Tangerine Dividend Portfolio

Retirees and those nearing retirement are looking for ways to get income from their portfolios and today’s low interest rate environment doesn’t offer up many attractive options. Better yields can be found in the stock market, but that comes with some risk and many...

Can Value Investing Protect You During A Market Crash?

My name is Brett Nelson and I’m a contributor and owner of Simplifying Finance. We’re a blog helping people get started understanding their personal finance and investing. Mainly, we focus on Ben Graham/Warren Buffett-style value investing. The good folks at Boomer...

What’s In Your Professionally Managed Portfolio?

In the world of DIY investing, many mutual fund investors bailed out in droves from their high-priced funds and have turned to lower cost ETFs. Basically, both mutual funds and ETFs are a diversified collection of stocks and bonds. ETFs have lower fees because they...

Building Your Confidence As A DIY Investor

Whether you’re a novice investor or experienced trader, most of us can stand to gain more knowledge about the stock market and different investing strategies. Investor education is exactly what Scotia iTRADE had in mind when it launched a series of free direct...

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