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‘Sorry’: Brokerage chief at heart of GameStop saga apologises - Al Jazeera English Feb 19th

‘Sorry’: Brokerage chief at heart of GameStop saga apologises  Al Jazeera English"I like the stock:" Keith Gill AKA "Roaring Kitty" defends GameStop posts before Congress  Global NewsRobinhood CEO among those grilled by U.S. lawmakers over GameStop trading frenzy  C.... More »

7 Questions to ask your financial advisor Feb 19th

Most financial advisors are good people. But too many are squeezed between a desire to serve clients and the requirement to reach revenue targets and sell their firm’s products. Therefore, when you’re evaluating a current or prospective advisor, a healthy dose of “caveat emptor” (buyer bewar.... More »
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It’s easier than ever to invest in bitcoin — but should you? Feb 21st

With new funds available on the Toronto Stock Exchange, investors can access bitcoin investments without owning the asset directly. But the funds are little more than a gamble, say experts..... More »

Bond Yields Rise, Stocks Dip as Metals Push Higher: Markets Wrap - Yahoo Canada Finance Feb 22nd

Bond Yields Rise, Stocks Dip as Metals Push Higher: Markets Wrap  Yahoo Canada FinanceWorld shares sink as bond yields, commodities surge By Reuters  Investing.comGlobal Financial Markets Steady Early Monday Amid Rising Global Bond Yields  FX EmpireWorld shares sink as .... More »

Inside TD’s One-Click ETF Portfolios

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The ongoing popularity of asset allocation ETFs is undoubtedly a good thing—maybe even revolutionary. Canadians have enthusiastically embraced the one-ticket portfolios from Vanguard and iShares in particular—VGRO alone has $1.7 billion in assets. (BMO’s smaller family of one-ETF portfolios is also excellent.) Never one to miss jumping on a bandwagon, other fund providers have recently launched…
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How to Financially Plan for Living to 100 and BeyondWe all want to live forever. Turns out, quite a few of us are. Okay, maybe no one lives forever but it’s a fact that more and more Americans are living to 100 and beyond than ever before. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the average man or woman presently living in the United States can expect to live to approximately 79 years of age. When you consider that’s an average, you begin to understand that many people will live much longer than that. Says Policygenius.com, while living a long life appears on the surface to be a grand thing, it also has serious financial implications. You might have a real opportunity to live to be 100 or older, but the question is, can you afford it?
Since stretching your retirement savings will be an essential component of living longer, you will need to do some creative planning that might include working longer, saving more in your middle years, or even planning on taking out a reverse mortgage on your primary residence once you turn 62…

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