I have an RRSP that over the last two years has held at ~10.3% and I have an emergency fund of $10,000 that is just sitting in my savings account. Would it be prudent to put that whole $10,000 into a ...
I live in Canada. I invest with TD Waterhouse, but I believe my question is unrelated to my specific broker. Over the course of 2011 and 2012, I invested in a mutual fund indexed to the S&P/TSX ...
For 2 years I am alternating between 4 months of work and 4 months of school, so for the first time in my life, I have a lot more money than I need. I will be graduating in 15 months and am looking ...
Many Canadian banks (e.g. TD Canada Trust) split the same mutual fund into two options, one linked to the Canadian dollar and one linked to the US dollar. For example, the TD U.S. Index and the TD ...
I had purchased a Canadian Labour Sponsored Investment Fund (LSIF) back in 2001 – a terrible, terrible idea, and I've learned my lesson well since then. The underlying investments were awful, ...
I would like to invest $100000 cash in a monthly income generating mutual fund which is low risk - I read that some pay div , interest and return of capital. Can I have the names of three funds that ...
I've seen enough info out there comparing lump-sum investments into ETFs vs mutual funds with respect to broker commissions in the case of ETFs, and the discrepancy between MERs between the two. In ...
I'm looking at e-Series funds offered by TD. They have low MERs and seem to offer a good low cost alternative to traditional mutual funds. What do you guys think? Am I better off with ETFs? Why ...