We spoke to VP and Portfolio Manager at TD Waterhouse, Cynthia Caskey, about the changing role Canadian financial advisors
WP recently ran an article suggesting there’s just no comparing F-class shares and ETFs. Several advisors set us straight on the matter; and we’re very glad they did. Here's why.
The self-help guru’s got a new book out talking about money but also talking up what he considers to be the ideal independent investment advisor.
Our poll offered a list of some of the most celebrated investors in the country. But it was one name that so many of you gravitated to.
The total number of automated advisors in Canada now totals six. How does the newest entrant compare with those already in the marketplace? WP takes a look.
Seven CEOs in the U.S. do. A new report finds almost a quarter of the 30 largest corporations south of the border paid their chief executives more in 2013 than they paid in federal taxes.
Yesterday, WP put up a new poll on its website entitled The greatest Canadian investor of all time is...? Early results suggest Prem Watsa and Stephen Jarislowsky are the front runners.
A once-fallen industry veteran warns about the consequences that accrue when managers put their own interest ahead of the client.
Years ago a book entitled Money Masters was published that examined some of the best investors the United States has ever known. Nothing of its kind has ever made its way onto Canadian bookshelves.
At least that’s the opinion of the Canadian Tax Federation whose study suggests Montreal is the least financially attractive city for NHL players when it comes to personal income taxes.
Mutual fund companies argue that F-class shares are a reasonable alternative to ETFs. A closer look casts some doubt.