Technical Analysis with Keith Richards from ValueTrend Wealth Management
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3M ago
Ellen Roseman speaks with Keith Richards, Founder and Portfolio Manager for ValueTrend Wealth Management. They discuss the difference between Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis and how they fit into a portfolio. They also discuss concepts like support and resistance.  ..read more
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The Basics of Dividend Reinvestment Plans: How To Compound Your Wealth
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4M ago
A dividend reinvestment plan, or DRIP, is an investment program designed to slowly compound your shares in a chosen company. It works by automatically reinvesting your incoming cash dividends towards the purchase of additional shares. This allows you to slowly compound your dividend returns, drop by drop ..read more
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Financial Planning For Retirement with Fred Vettese
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5M ago
Ellen Roseman speaks to Fred Vettese, author of "Retirement Income For Life; Getting More Without Saving More", 3rd Edition.  They talk about Old Age Security, the Canada Pension Plan, attitudes around retirement and the fear of outlasting your nest egg.  ..read more
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Momentum Investors Sometimes Win Out: Look For Big Companies In Broad Rising Trends
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6M ago
Momentum investing or buying a stock that has outperformed the market in hopes it continues to do so, is often regarded as a high-risk strategy. The outperforming company’s share price reflects optimism that could easily turn to disappointment at the slightest financial setback, and only continued good news can keep the shares from plunging.  ..read more
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Optimism Bias with John De Goey, Investment Advisor and Author
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7M ago
Ellen Roseman speaks to John De Goey, Investment Advisor and author of his new book "Bullshift" about optimism bias that investors and advisors have and whether or not it introduces risk to our portfolios.  ..read more
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Women and Their Path To Financial Equity
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8M ago
Ellen Roseman speaks to Janine Rogan, CPA and author of "The Pink Tax" about how women have systematically been held back financially. They talk about financial feminism, the gender pay gap as well as policies that assist women to reach financial equity like paid maternity leave and affordable child care among others ..read more
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Real Estate as an Investment
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9M ago
Ellen Roseman speaks with Clay Jarvis of Nerdwallet.ca.  They discuss the mortgages, becoming a landlord, what to expect when becoming a landlord as well the gratification that one can receive from becoming a real estate investor among a host of other topics. This Episode is brought to you buy BMOETFs.com ..read more
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4 Steps For A Worry-Free Canadian Retirement with Kyle Prevost
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10M ago
Ellen Roseman speaks with Kyle Prevost, co-author of the book More Money For Beer and Textbooks and self-proclaimed personal finance nerd, about his new retirement planning course for Canadians entitled "4 Steps to a Worry-Free Canadian Retirement." They discuss topics such as the incentive structure for advisors, the 70% rule of pre-retirement income in retirement, fee-only advice and a variety of personal finance topics including his four steps for a worry free retirement. They also discuss life living in Qatar ..read more
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Introduction to Annuities
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10M ago
When it comes to planning for a secure financial future, one term that often surfaced recently is "annuity." Annuities play a crucial role in retirement planning, providing a predictable and steady income stream for individuals during their post-work years ..read more
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An Estate Plan—Do You Really Need One?
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1y ago
Three years ago, a friend, Cam, told me about how his dad didn't see death coming. He didn't know that a truck would take him out while he was out doing errands for his wife. He had no idea he was not going to return home. It was almost six months to the day since his mother had had a major stroke while she was in California. His parents didn't have any insurance. So, they had to stabilize his mother to get her back home. That event essentially bankrupted them. By the time all eight children came together, his mom had not seen her husband for five days. She looked around the room for him, and ..read more
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