Grow your TFSA

f you’re relatively new to investing stocks, you’re probably still exploring the many different strategies out there. No matter which strategies you choose, there are two ways to make money: getting income or selling for a gain. New investors tend to be mesmerized by the ups and downs of stockContinue Reading

Stock Market Growth During a Decline

October has seen a pullback in the stock market with TSX, S&P, and the other major indices seeing a decline. Although many had predicted this reversal of gains during this period, it certainly doesn’t mean you should be weathering it out on the sidelines. Here is a list of my 5 favourite currently underpriced stocks worth adding into your portfolio.Continue Reading

growth and income investing

While it may not be the most popular investing strategy for those looking to earn a quick return, a buy and hold strategy is what’s helped Warren Buffett become one of the wealthiest people on the planet. Over the long term, stocks generally appreciate in value, and you’re more oftenContinue Reading

Where to invest

Now that we’re in the middle of July, summer is in full swing, and most are thinking about how to make the best out of what’s left of summer. With another academic year in the books, a number of new graduates have obtained full-time employment. In the hopes that manyContinue Reading

Questwealth Portfolios - Managed portfolios with low-fees

Managed investing has a new name at Questrade and with it comes a new strategy of rock bottom fees on par with the lowest costing ETFs in Canada, extensive diversification, and alternate Social Responsible Investing portfolios that fit different personal values.Continue Reading

The previous week had been a tumultuous one for the markets. Amazon’s shares dropped more than $100 as President Trump had declared war on the retail giant. Facebook is being investigated for privacy breaches in several countries. But that aside, market investors are most concerned with the enveloping trade-wars startedContinue Reading

Stock Market Uncertainty

It’s been nearly a decade since I started speaking to fund managers on a regular basis. While each conversation is about something different—a sector to invest in, a stock to explore, an economic issue to pay attention to—one comment has come up time and time again: “Markets hate uncertainty.” It’sContinue Reading