The market has been hitting new highs. Resource stocks are up and down like a yo-yo. And with Donald Trump and Brexit, gold is back in the conversation. In these confusing times, what is an investor to do? Are there any places to hide?


Among the wide array of investment vehicles available to investors, many financial planners favor the Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP), aimed at funding the post-secondary studies of a child, because grants paid by the government for these plans are the most interesting.

The RRSP and the TFSA both are effective financial tools and strategies to set aside money but they serve different purposes and have different tax treatments which can determine which one is right for you.

Though some may regard exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as set-and-forget investments, experts recommend revisiting investors’ asset mix on a regular basis. Find out why you should regularly rebalance your ETF holdings.

Canadian asset managers are embracing the responsible investment trend, reporting that $1.5 trillion in assets in Canada are now invested using various environmental or social criteria, an increase of 49 per cent over two years.