2022 has been a challenging year for Canadian investors; inflation is higher, interest rates have been going up, bonds are down, and stocks have been volatile. Typically, bonds have sheltered investors in periods of uncertainty. This hasn’t been the case this year.
We discuss the looming possibility of a recession and how you can successfully manage your investment portfolio through uncertain financial times.
A good evaluation goes beyond a financial advisor’s performance and lets you get a sense of their processes, structure and the people helping you.
What’s the marker or gauge to value financial advice? How do investors value the benefits they receive when working with a financial advisor or advisory firm?
What it means to chase stock market performance and why is it dangerous for your investment portfolio? Join us as we discuss strategies to avoid this trap!
When we’re facing major geopolitical events, war, health crises, or a recession, many investors’ immediate reaction is that we’ve never seen something like this before. Unfortunately, that often leads investors to make short-term, reactive decisions that ultimately harm their long-term investment plan.
Young investors have the opportunity to grow even more wealth thanks to compound interest and tax-advantaged investments while also gaining financial literacy skills from a young age.
In this episode, Marcelo, Ruben and Keith talk about how the Delta variant has impacted investors so far, what we’ve seen in the bond and stock markets, the pitfalls you need to avoid as an investor, why your investment philosophy is your biggest asset, and so much more!
What makes investors vulnerable and hurt financially after being drawn into schemes and scams that turn out to be too good to be true.
We think the best way to achieving your financial goals is through index-based or passively managed asset class investment vehicles, learn why!
It is critical to understand both the importance of diversification and why you should consider this strategy within your investment approach.
There are 4 main principles of evidence-based investing every empowered investor needs to know, today we start with investing in asset classes