Canada Pension Plan – When should I start to take my payments?

By |March 26th, 2019|

The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is an important source of income for many Canadians aged 60 and older. Canadians with employment income, even if self-employed, generally pay into the program until the earlier of their retirement or age 65, [...]

13 ways to make yourself a better investor in 2019:

By |January 20th, 2019|

1)      Focus on dividends. Buy companies that have a history of raising dividends each and every year. A company that raises its dividend signals confidence for the following year. 2)     Don’t overpay. Buy companies that are trading at a Price Earnings [...]

Update to Market Conditions

By |December 19th, 2018|

Falling markets are discouraging and disconcerting. It is natural that investors want to protect their portfolios when it seems like the market is going down on a daily basis. Stock markets are volatile but the pendulum tends not to swing in one direction for too long. At some point, the market will price in all the (perceived) bad news and start to recover. During these turbulent times, the best course of action is to control your emotions and not lose perspective.

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