I have previously written about the element of privilege when it comes to FIRE, i.e. Financial Independence Retire Early.
The last couple of weeks have been turbulent market-wise. Fears of the coronavirus and its impact on the Chinese economy … More
I recently received my December statement for both my RRSP and TFSA portfolio. This portfolio is for retirement purposes only, … More
If you are a reader of the blog, you know I decided to obtain an MBA. I have been studying … More
I sold some stocks recently. Not only I didn’t loose any money, but I actually made some.
It is notorious Canadian banks and credit unions alike pay peanuts on savings accounts.
In my previous post, I shared how F.I.R.E. has an element of privilege to it.
F.I.R.E. is a very popular acronym is the Personal Finance blogosphere. It stands for Financially Independent Retire Early. Over … More
With the implementation of CRM2, Canadian banks, investments brokers, mutual funds dealers and other financial entities must disclose the method used to calculate the rate of return of a portfolio or investments like an ETF or a mutual fund.
My first introduction to investing was horrendous, to say the least.