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A peek at the history of stock returns arms you with realistic investing expectations that can help you remain invested .
I take a look at returns, volatility, the worst year, best year and maximum drawdowns from 1992-2002.
I cover what I’ve learned over the past 7 years on how to invest in index funds in Canada.
Index funds permit you to grow wealth while preserving your valuable time and energy.
The personal finance niche places intense focus on investing. But there is a problem – most Millennials are not ready to invest.
In this post I cover pre-conditions for successful DIY investing. Stay to the end of the post to get my free “Readiness to Invest Checklist”.
Learn about the ins and outs of holding US stocks and US ETFs in a TFSA in a way that minimizes currency exchange fees.
Stock market crashes teach lessons that can’t be taught elsewhere.
Unlike formal education or reading, lessons from crashes cause pain that motivates true reflection and learning.
The name “Tax-Free Savings Account” (TFSA) has one problem. It implies that the TFSA is a savings account.
I believe this is misleading Canadians. The TFSA offers it’s utility when you have investments in the account. I wish it was called the Tax-Free Investment Account instead.
Learn from my top 5 investing mistakes so that you can avoid making them yourself.
Outcomes and decisions are different. A good outcome that results from a bad decision can breed overconfidence, posing a danger to future investment success.
Understand index fund fundamentals and the passive investing strategy behind them. Index funds are simple and effective, saving your time.
A detailed guide on investment income for Canadian investors.