The much-anticipated first meeting between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House on February 13 was high on diplomatic courtesy but yielded little insight into how the two countries will work out their...Read More»
Whether it's fighting ridiculously high investment fees or educating seniors on financial abuse, CARP is working with individuals and stakeholders to help stop Canadians from getting soaked.
With February comes RRSP deadline, a time to check up on how...Read More»
The next four years will be tense and unpredictable. Be prepared. Gordon Pape lists his five things to watch for in 2017.
Donald Trump is now president...Read More»
Last month, Amazon announced that it plans to create 100,000 new full-time jobs in the U.S. over the next 18 months.
That's a huge commitment by a single...Read More»
Is it true that you can put back any money that you have withdrawn?
Q: Suppose I contribute for the very first time to my TFSA and I put in $46,500 today...Read More»
There's one sure thing you can say about 2017—it will be volatile.
Politics will be volatile—with Donald Trump in office, what else could...Read More»
You're sitting down to dinner with your family or friends when the doorbell rings. You go to the hallway, peer through the frosted glass and—blast...Read More»
Well, 2016 is over and despite all the trauma it ended up being a very profitable year for most investors.
The S&P/TSX Composite was up 17.8 per cent...Read More»
Q — Our adviser recently advised us to purchase
Royal Bank Preferred ETF (TSX: RPF). Is this a good investment at this time? Would ZPR (BMO...Read More»
Q — With interest rates starting to rise, is this an opportunity to consider floating rate preferreds? — Gunnar A.
A — In theory,...Read More»
How many New Year's resolutions did you make last year? And how many did you keep?
If you're like most people, the answer to the first question is...Read More»