As I write these words, images of Hong Kong riot police clashing with demonstrators dominate the headlines. It’s typical for controversy to accompany news about China. While there are many things to dislike about the country, a smart investor should not ignore it....
I’ve been attending night school. In fact, I just graduated with a new designation: Associate Portfolio Manager. It’s a title reserved for a select group of investment professionals. It requires advanced investment qualifications, as well as professional development....
Do you want to be financially better off throughout your life? The secret is not as simple as it sounds: begin saving when you’re young. While it may not be easy to do, if you start putting money aside in your twenties (or even as a teen), you’ll develop good personal...
If you have a child or other family member with a disability, I can relate. My wife and I have 2 adult children with special needs. We’re familiar with the reality of living this experience, versus simply reading about it. We know how much you love your special needs...
OK, I confess. I’m biased when it comes to the question of whether financial planners or do-it-yourself investing is best. Hint: I’m siding with the professional adviser. However, independent research backs me up. According to several Canadian studies, professional...
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