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Investing in Real Estate in Canada: The Cities and Neighbourhoods Ranked for Best Value and Growth

Canadian real estate investors are looking for relief from high-interest rates and inventory issues this year…

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Making sense of the markets this week: March 31, 2024Kyle Prevost, creator of 4 Steps to a Worry-Free Retirement, Canada’s DIY retirement planning course, shares financial headlines and offers context for Canadian investors.

You can’t handle the truth—Truth Social!

You might’ve read a headline like this the past week, “Trump’s social media company to trade on the Nasdaq.” While some might think there’s money to be made, the underlying transaction is substantially more complicated. If you’re looking for the Coles Notes version, know that this story is interesting in the same way as watching a fender bender on the highway holds everyone’s attention. No serious Canadian investor would consider going near this company. (All figures in this section are in U.S. currency.)

Here’s how former president Donald J. Trump just might get paid from Truth Social (along with some caveats investors should know about):

Truth Social was the only asset of record owned by a company called Trump Media & Technology.

Truth Social has accrued a whopping total of $3…

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