Articles By Dan Bortolotti:

Canadian Couch Potato

“Is it smart to hold a single exchange-traded fund in our RRSPs?”

All-in-one ETF portfolios are extremely well-diversified, super-cheap and easier...

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How moving to the U.S. affects your Couch Potato strategy

Canadians who move to the United States need to...

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Should millennial Couch Potatoes consider an all-equity portfolio?

Conventional wisdom says young people can afford to be...

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Maintaining your asset allocation while you draw down funds from a RRIF

If you plan on managing your own investments in...

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“Do I really need to rebalance my investment portfolio?”

Even hands-off Couch Potato investors need a rebalancing strategy—not...

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Can you use the Couch Potato strategy to build a dividend-paying portfolio?

The short answer is yes—but just because you need...

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Can your portfolio ever get too big for the Couch Potato strategy?

Its whimsical name gives this passive investment strategy an...

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The fine art of rebalancing your portfolio

Rebalancing shouldn't be expected to boost returns, and even...

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Is moving $1 million out of segregated funds and into ETFs a good idea?

Sarah and her husband feel their RRSPs aren’t gaining...

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