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Saving for Retirement Using a TFSA

Retirement planning means looking to the future, but it also means strategically using your retirement savings when it comes time to retire. Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA) offer many opportunities to save for the future, decrease taxes, and push your savings...
Saving for Retirement Using a TFSA

Saving for Retirement Using a TFSA

Retirement planning means looking to the future, but it also means strategically using your retirement savings when it comes time to retire. Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA) offer many opportunities to save for the future, decrease taxes, and push your savings...

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How to Blend Active and Passive Investment Strategies

How to Blend Active and Passive Investment Strategies

Diversification is the key to any successful investing. It makes sense, then, that diversifying through both active and passive investing would further benefit investors. This strategy allows investors to grow their investments in passive funds while taking more risks...

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Passive Investing Strategies for Sophisticated Investors

Passive Investing Strategies for Sophisticated Investors

There are numerous investing strategies available. You can choose investments that are lower risk or ones that require less start-up capital. For more sophisticated investors and investors with higher net worth, a few passive strategies offer a higher return — you’ve...

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Alternative Asset Strategies for Diversification

Alternative Asset Strategies for Diversification

We’ve spoken about what alternative assets are and why we’re seeing such an increase in this market space. We’ve also discussed the importance of diversification for a successful investment portfolio. In this article, we’re going to cover how alternative assets can be...

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Inflation vs. Interest Rates

Inflation vs. Interest Rates

As with anything in life, nothing stands on its own. In economics and investing, there are many links between different strategies and markets. Two such essential terms to note are inflation and interest rates. These two things may appear as separate entities at...

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DRIP Investing Part 2: Understanding Compound Interest

DRIP Investing Part 2: Understanding Compound Interest

We explained what a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP) was previously, but that only scratches the surface. You may still be wondering, "What are the benefits, and is it right for me?"  The significant benefit to DRIP investing comes from compounding interest.   ...

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The Rise of Alternative Investments

The Rise of Alternative Investments

Many investors have seen increased volatility in the markets in the past few years. The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the increased need for diversification for this exact reason. Alternative investments can be an attractive option when there's uncertainty in...

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How Does the Rising Inflation Affect Investments?

How Does the Rising Inflation Affect Investments?

We all know inflation as the key component that's made cars, houses, and groceries more expensive over time. It's also responsible for a fluctuating value on the money in your wallet or bank account. The question remains, how does rising inflation impact your...

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5 Areas the Super Wealthy Invest Their Money In

5 Areas the Super Wealthy Invest Their Money In

When it comes to investing, it would appear that the super wealthy have it all figured out. The question is, what are they doing, and how can we mimic it? There are five key things that the super wealthy invest their money in that you could implement on a smaller...

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