Stock markets were positive in February, and Canadian and US stocks continued to hit new all time highs. Should you change your investment style with markets all time highs?
IWD 2017 – Be Bold for Change March 8 is International Women’s Day (IWD) 2017. To celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of our top posts on personal finance for women. This year’s theme is “Be Bold for Change,” and if there’s one area where women can stand to be bolder, it’s with our finances. Why Women Need Financial Planning Women tend […]
‘Tis the season! RRSP season, that is. Time to get ready for the media’s annual dose of advertisements about saving for retirement. While we all need to be smart about planning for retirement, the reality is that there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about the RRSP – Canada’s most popular retirement savings plan. Rather than focus on a […]
Stock markets were subdued in January as investors continued to ponder the implications of a Donald Trump presidency. Despite that, the S&P500 and TSX60 hit new all time highs in January. ETFs have been seeing broad adoption globally, but Canada has been lagging. Why?
This post is part of a series, where we ask some of Canada’s top personal finance bloggers to weigh in on topics that matter to Canadians. Click here for the full list of our favourite personal finance bloggers in Canada, or check out our curated Twitter list to follow them on Twitter. Over the past few months, they’ve told us what Millennials should be doing […]
January is a great time to pause and reflect on the previous year, take stock of lessons learned, and make a plan for the year to come. To help you in your reflecting and planning, we’ve rounded up our most popular personal finance blog posts of 2016. Best of 2016 – our most popular personal finance blog posts 1. […]
Stock markets finished 2016 on a positive note, with the S&P500 and TSX60 hitting all time highs in December. This time of the year, many prognosticators are bringing out their stock market forecasts for 2017. But given how far off the 2016 forecasts were, best to take them with a grain (or bucket) of salt!
This post is part of a series, where we ask some of Canada’s top personal finance bloggers to weigh in on topics that matter to Canadians. Click here for the full list of our favourite personal finance bloggers in Canada, or check out our curated Twitter list to follow them on Twitter. In November, we asked what Millennials should be doing to improve their […]