Bad day in the market with mutual funds

Why Canadians Should Avoid Mutual Funds

This article was originally published on The Dividend Pig, as part of the Financial Literacy Day campaign, in Why You Should Avoid Mutual Funds. According to Andrew Hallam, from Millionaire Teacher, Canadians are in the last spot at 18 out of 18, paying the highest mutual fund fees in the entire world! (Millionaire Teacher, pg.54) Back in November, as part of the Financial Literacy Day campaign, I wrote about why you should start investing now. My point was to show how easily a nominal $25 per week ...

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Financial Forecaster

What Should I Invest In for 2012? Part-1

I originally set out to write a wrap-up of investing strategies for 2012. The focus of the article was going to be much the same propaganda I usually spout, such as keeping a balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds, sticking with a plan through thick and thin, investing in solid dividend paying stocks, and not getting lured into the high yield trap etc. But I’ve said that so many times before… While I was writing this post, the thought occurred to me why not ask the other well known bloggers ...

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Millionaire Teacher Review: Part-1

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The Millionaire Teacher

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