A reader is paying 1.75 per cent to his financial adviser and wonders if he should save that money and do it himself.
Q – When I retire in three years should I manage my own portfolio? Right now I pay 1.75 per cent to my RBC financial adviser. If my...Read More»
The Bank of Canada says stocks are too expensive. That means it’s time to check out your portfolio and make changes while you can.
The Bank of Canada normally steers clear of commenting on the stock market. So when it does, we need to pay...Read More»
The return to normal economic growth has been as elusive as a will-of-the-wisp. This year is no...Read More»
Middle income folks would get a break but high income earners would pay more and the TFSA contribution limit would be rolled...Read More»
A reader looks for ways to put money into U.S. fixed-income...Read More»
After seven years, the average annual return is 9.5 per...Read More»
Do institutional funds really offer better returns for lower risk? A reader wants to...Read More»
A reader wants to play the rising/falling oil price by using ETFs. What are his...Read More»
You can get $2,000 a year tax-free or at a reduced rate. Here’s...Read More»
A reader already owns RioCan and H&R. What can he buy to complement...Read More»
Preferred shares are supposed to be a low-risk way to generate tax-advantaged cash flow but lately some of them have been behaving strangely. Gordon Pape...Read More»