Couch Potato Investing is a popular investment strategy that does not require good financial investment knowledge. It was developed in 1991 by the famous financier Scott Bernst as an alternative to people who were paying separate specialists to manage their investments. Canadian couch potato is a passive strategy and is more suitable for investors who… Continue reading Couch Potato Investing
The ETF is an investment portfolio with various securities and may be purchased and resold at marketable rates throughout the day. The usage of these funds achieves special goals or techniques of investment. The majority contain securities reflecting the market index followed and which they wish to mimic the returns. ETF has been recently formed… Continue reading What is an Exchange-Traded Fund, and What Are Its Benefits?
This guide will help you assess your current financial situation, the pros, and cons of both options, and ensure you make an informed decision. If one day you find yourself having some extra cash, a growing interest in the stock market, and making monthly mortgage payments, you will probably be at a loss as to… Continue reading Mortgage Payoff Vs. Investing: Making the Right Choice
Robo-advisors are automated investing programs that manage financial assets on behalf of investors. This automated investing is very easy to do; the major concern is where to begin. Even though the whole process looks like a cloudy mirage, automated algorithms have been managing people’s assets profitably for years now, and today, an increasing number of… Continue reading Guide to Canada’s best Robo advisors
There are savings, and there are savings that grow. Why would you NOT want your money to make you more money? Even if the first year’s interest is most likely under $100 — it’s still better than nothing. What are High-Interest Savings Accounts? HISAs (High-Interest Savings Accounts) are pretty popular in the US, but Canadian… Continue reading High-Interest Saving Accounts: Do They Have Sense in 2021?
When we say that students need every help they might get, we do not only refer to academics! RESP is an example of such assistance that young people must have. Costs of studying in Canada keep rising, greater than incomes can cover. Average fees of undergraduate students increased by 3.3 percent to $6,838 from 2018… Continue reading The Benefits of Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
Gold has long been seen as a successful investment, but it has its disadvantages. Copper appears to be an investment that gives similar returns as gold. Since the beginning of the pandemic, copper prices have skyrocketed, reaching a huge value of $10,000 per metric ton. China’s efforts to curb the existing commodities’ boom caused prices… Continue reading Investing in Copper Might Be Just as Profitable as Gold Now