If XDV also follows the S&P/TSX Canadian Dividend Aristocrats index like CDZ, then given that several banks have been dropped from the list will mean more diversification in XDV than before; it may also mean that the yield is also more comparable to the TSX index ETFs. This is the question I'm wondering.
I’m new to the world of ETFs and fixed income investing. I’m heavily invested in Canadian dividend producing stocks.
I’m looking for some recommendations on bond ETFs and thoughts on the general outlook with what appears to be sustained low (and falling) rates.
Any major differences...
An Italian trader lost his savings (95% of it) by investing in a single stock (LK).
He paid a big price, but has learned his lesson.
He could have...
I am curious if anyone has considered sports betting as investment option and started a portfolio. In late december a handicapper <LINK REMOVED BY MODERATOR> posted 6 college football bowl game picks based on some players sitting out of for NFL draft and it seemed like a great info. I put $50 on...
So I have about 150k$ 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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