So I have about 150k$ sitting in my savings account right now.
Based on my situation, what would be the best way to invest this money?
Some details on my financial situation:
I have ~40k free space for my RRSP.
My salary in 2020 will be around 230k, but on average it's around 140k...
As of now, my portfolio value is back to where it was before the Covid crash.
My portfolio is a Couch Potato style mix, mainly VCN, VTI, VIU (Cdn, US, global) and ZAG for bonds. [20/20/20] : 40
How is everyone faring?
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I would like to discuss stock allocations to individual sectors; as well, how do you define which stock belongs in which sector.
I have my rrsp allocated using the couch potato method and td e series funds. Im using somewhat of a balanced approach.
in my cash account I have all...
Damn I am close to breaking my investing plan. There seems to be such little upside to the market right now with a massive downside.
It really feels like selling everything seems like at worst a 'meh choice' and at best a genius move.
Any one else struggling with this?
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