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Retired Money

Reading the “Annual Returns of Key Asset Classes”—what it means for Canadian investors

Our Retired Money columnist talks of the importance and...

Reading the “Annual Returns of Key Asset Classes”—what it means for Canadian investors

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How to use ETFs in your child’s RESP

Asset allocation ETFs can provide one-stop shopping for RESPs.

How to use ETFs in your child’s RESP

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Pros and cons of a one-ETF portfolio

Is a multiple-ETF portfolio better for diversification?

Pros and cons of a one-ETF portfolio

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Best investment strategies for newcomers to Canada

This family has an extra $10,000 they'd like to...

Best investment strategies for newcomers to Canada

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What ETFs should a millennial couch potato invest in?

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

What ETFs should a millennial couch potato invest in?
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Selling your house? Here’s where to invest the proceeds

What to do with the proceeds of a house...

Selling your house? Here’s where to invest the proceeds

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Is Dane, 50, on the right track with his early retirement strategy?

To bridge the gap between his last day of...

Is Dane, 50, on the right track with his early retirement strategy?

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Ready, set…retire?

At 49, Simon has about $600,000 in registered and...

Ready, set…retire?

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Should James take a lump-sum pension buyout and invest the money himself?

Upon closer consideration, many people find that keeping their...

Should James take a lump-sum pension buyout and invest the money himself?

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