I recently came across an article in the Financial Post suggesting the cup of coffee you buy yourself every morning could be delaying your retirement by 4 months, 17 days and 9 hours.
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Investors make a number of mistakes which lead to losses, heartache and steering them off the path to their financial goals. Here are the six worst investing mistakes and how to avoid them:
Not Having Clear Investment Goals and Objectives
Its taken about 7 years but it finally happened - the Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate. Though the rate increase was not much in absolute terms (from 0.50% to 0.75%) the path has been set and the implications to your finances and investments - your financial well being - may be huuuuuuuge (as Donald Trump would say). Here's why:
Seems as though the NFL's Carolina Panthers aren't the only one winning these days (top 10 plays here). Every quarter, asset managers, mutual funds, and ETF providers publish net flows of their various funds and investment products.
If Donald Trump is a master of anything, it's his unmatched ability to garner publicity. Most of what he does and everything he says is newsworthy.
The results are in! Below are the results from a poll conducted amongst clients the last week of December 2015. The poll covered market predictions for 2106. However given the market volatility this month, it would be interesting to see if your responses would differ now.
Warren Buffet, regarded as the most successful investor of all time and currently the world's 3rd wealthiest person, knows a thing or two about investing in the market. His investing career began in the early 1950s. He has successfully navigated through markets of all kinds; up, down, sideways, a black Monday, a tech bubble and a global financial crisis.
Another year has come and gone. Expectations that we had set for our personal lives and the markets for the year, may or may not have come to fruition. But this New Year is another opportunity to reassess our expectations and goals for the coming year.
Lots to go over so let's get right into it.
Our webinar covered the basics on exchange traded funds (ETFs) - what they are, how they are structured, their advantages and benefits.