Tag Archives: DIY investing

Exchange Traded Funds: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask

By Daniel Evans, CFP® & Investment Coach Most Canadians are very familiar with mutual funds. In simple terms, a mutual fund is made up of a collection of individual stocks, bonds or other securities chosen by a fund manager with the … Continue reading

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How Should You Invest Your Extra Cash, is DIY Investing Right for You, What is the Best Investing Strategy for Retirement, and More

Karin Mizgala, CEO of Money Coaches Canada, and Daniel Evans, Advice-Only Financial Planner and Investment Coach, sat down recently to talk about choosing between the various investment options, investing strategies for retirement, and the impact from COVID-19. In addition to … Continue reading

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What it takes to be a DIY investor

By Karin Mizgala, MBA, CFP We’ve seen a growing interest in Do-It-Yourself (DIY) investing over the last few years within two distinct groups of Canadians. In the first group, the interest is triggered by media reports about high and hidden … Continue reading

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Understanding investment fees

Fee has become a four letter word. There is a lot of talk in the financial media about investment fees; is there enough transparency, are people getting what they pay for? Many Canadians would probably say they aren’t really sure … Continue reading

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