I don't mean to sound like I am not interested in helping. But based on the info you provided, and the detail, you would benefit from reading as much as you can about investing and personal finance. That would help you find out which investing style best suits your personal comfort level for risk and sectors and such.
Until then I would go with a low cost (mer) balanced mutual fund, or etf.
You have done a few things right, maxed out rrsp, and have the 10K for the tfsa. No debt.
I would consider reading 'the lazy investor' for a view of some stocks, he lists Canadian companies for examples. And 'the investment zoo' to get a little more insight on the mutual fund world, also Canadian.
According to Globefund, there really are 163 index funds out there with MER of 1.5% or higher. Disgusting isn't it? OP should re-examine his RRSP and see if it is something he can change, or if he is locked into one of those expensive group plans he has no control over.
I understand refunds and credit may take some time.
expedia says refunds could take 30 days.
I haven’t seen Any updates from WestJet, but I’m expecting a credit to my “travel bank”.
please let me know if you cancelled a flight/vacation and received your refund/credit yet.
Recently it was announced that seniors in receipt of OAS would be getting a one time payment of $300. Has anyone on the forum received theirs, I checked today for the wife and she got her normal payment amount for the month but no extra $300.
What would be the risks with this? Opening a bank account for the sole purpose of using it to earn money from deposits being made to this account. Basically an account that receives deposits from a U.S account. But is a Canadian account. These deposits will than be sent to various other...
I wonder what the average Joe here thinks about the use of this methodology in determining how they invest.
I'm new to the forum and need some help.
I received severance after being laid off for the 2019 income tax year, about 10mths. I'm still unemployed so far for all of 2020, and don't expect my income for this year to be close to the combined income (salary + severance) even if I find a...
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