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Stop Buying Mutual Funds
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 248

Stop Buying Mutual Funds

Stop Buying Mutual Funds is the book that Bay Street still doesn't want you to read! For years, millions of Canadians have injected billions of dollars into mutual funds in the quest for better returns on their investments. But few investors realize that most Canadian equity mutual funds consistently underperform the TSE300— the key benchmark they're measured against. Stop Buying Mutual Funds explains why so many Canadian funds turn in such poor performances and offers a simple approach to beating the pros by investing on your own. Stop Buying Mutual Funds low-risk, low-maintenance system of do-it-yourself investing increases your chances of reaping long-term returns that beat most Canadia...

Investment Funds
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 500

Investment Funds

A global comparison of the laws and regulations that govern investment funds is an invaluable tool to anyone involved in the business.

Canadian Mutual Funds Handbook
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 240

Canadian Mutual Funds Handbook

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1995
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Canadian Securities Exam Fast-Track Study Guide
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 384

Canadian Securities Exam Fast-Track Study Guide

A concise and practical guide to preparing for the Canadian Securities Exam For anyone dreaming of a career in the Canadian finance industry, whether in banking, brokerage, financial planning, or mutual funds, passing the Canadian Securities Exam is the first step on the path to success. But there's a lot of material to know and almost everyone needs a helping hand. Thankfully, the Canadian Securities Exam Fast-Track Study Guide is the perfect quick-review tool covering all the basics you need to know. It includes "quick hits" of the key points in language that's straightforward and easy to understand. Fully updated to cover the latest topics added to the CSC curriculum, this is the perfect ...

Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 384

Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies

Mutual funds offer investors a diverse portfolio in a single investment, which is critical in an uncertain economy. Although ideal for buyers who don’t want to tackle the stock market alone, mutual funds can still be intimidating, with a bewildering array of options. And now that foreign content regulations for RRSPs have been lifted, Canadians have even more choices. Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies explains it all, from the basics -- what is a mutual fund? -- to the not-so-basic -- are index funds better than managed funds? Is my MER cutting into my ROI? With information on how mutual funds can be a vital and profitable component of everyone’s retirement plans and how they can help readers build their wealth inside their tax-free savings account, this friendly guide offers the principles Canadians need to know in order to be informed and successful mutual fund investors. “This book is easy and even fun to read. … Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies is worth the investment if you are looking to build a fund portfolio that suits your needs and will give you healthy, long-term returns.” Jeff Dupuis, money.canoe.ca

The New Investment Frontier III
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 313

The New Investment Frontier III

It's a new world out there. This completely revised and updated edition will show Canadians how to survive and thrive in uncertain and volatile markets. The new edition includes performance analysis on more than 100 newly established ETFs. Exchange traded funds have been called the next generation of mutual funds. Some advocates even believe ETFs will overtake mutual funds as surely as CDs made LPs obsolete. In 2000 there were 30 ETFs trading on North American stock exchanges with assets of $36.5 billion. Today there are more 100 ETFs being traded with assets of more than $75 billion. Analysts predict that within the next five years the number of ETFs will skyrocket, holding assets in excess...

Hedge Funds
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 369

Hedge Funds

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