How much do children cost? The 'mommy tax' for women lasts at least 5 years, Royal Bank says + MORE Apr 1st

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RBC, TD report solid second quarter earnings, foresee further growth - The Globe and Mail May 24th

RBC, TD report solid second quarter earnings, foresee further growth  The Globe and MailRoyal Bank of Canada, TD Bank beat expectations, powered by loan growth  Financial PostRBC beats profit estimates on gains in core retail banking  BNNBloomberg.caIs Canadian Imperial.... More »

Creating a will is the “adulting” milestone you need to hit this year Jul 17th

When it comes to self-improvement, most of us have a hard time with follow-through—and whether you stuck to your Keto diet or not, there are likely items on your financial to-do list that just never get crossed off. One of the easy actions to delay is creating a will. After all, no one wants to th.... More »

Businesses and Pest Management + MORE Jun 26th

Paying off the mortgage is crucial for growing your wealth! The Ins and Outs of Running a Business No one ever said that running a business was a simple thing. It’s actually the opposite of simple. If you want to soar as an entrepreneur in this world, then you have to put a lot of thought into.... More »

MONEY.CA – Money Magazine and Money Media May 2nd

MONEY.CA is highly ranked on yahoo google bing and youtube and is popular with social media, Canadian financial consumers and is a favorite of The Advisor Channel. MONEY represents Canadian money at the highest level. MONEY online is the destination place for the average Canadian who needs to make,.... More »

HBC going private? - Business News - Jun 10th

HBC going private? - Business News  Castanet.netShareholders in HBC propose to take the company private  CBC NewsHBC stock has best day in years, up on news of asset sale, privatization plan  Yahoo Canada FinanceHudson’s Bay executive chair spearheading bid to take re.... More »
Having children comes at a “significant” cost for a woman’s career, according to a recent report from the Royal Bank of Canada, which says women lose earnings for up to five years after giving birth.

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Like many investors, Norman Levine was sure that interest rates were going to rise. He was so sure that he bought a number of rate-reset preferred shares, which are shares that reset their dividend every five years. If rates rise, those payouts climb. If not, they fall. Unfortunately, for Levine – and the many other investors who adjusted their portfolios thinking that rates were on a steady climb higher – long-term interest rates have fallen, while short-term rates may not be moving much this year either. “Our preferreds got clobbered,” says Levine, a managing director at Toronto’s Portfolio Management Corporation. 
Over the last year or so, portfolio managers, economists and journalists like me, have been talking about how interest rates are going to rise and the destruction that would cause in rate sensitive sectors, such as utilities, real estate investment trusts and telecoms. While we were right at first – between January 2 and October 1, 2018, the 10-year U.S. Treasury yield climbed by 33%, while the S&P/TSX Capped Utilities Index fell by 11…

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