by Dan Bortolotti
Disciplined investing means choosing long-term targets and adjusting to stay on course
The well-established firm is already known to dividend stock investors
If your pension is sufficient to meet your income needs, you can take as much or as little equity risk as you want.
Building a “portfolio optimizer” is useless. A roughly equal allocation of Canadian, U.S. and international stocks is best.
The case for using U.S.-listed ETFs is not nearly as compelling as it used to be.
In the long run, rising interest rates a good thing for bond investors.