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Managers of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) continue to slash fees as they compete to attract investors. Learn more about what these new low- and no-fee offer and how to decide if they are a good fit for your portfolio.
The stigma around social and medical marijuana use is falling. Big-brands, such as Constellation foods, have started investing in cannabis expansions, driving consumer interest and share prices up.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have grown exponentially in recent years. The ever-increasing number of ETFs means you can find something for just about every investment strategy.
It’s not uncommon for self-directed investors to get their start by buying a single popular stock or sector that promises fast growth and big returns. But investing in a single stock isn’t a sound long-term strategy.
Tech group purchases enough green power to match its global needs
Since making their debut in Canada earlier this year, asset allocation ETFs (or “all-in-one” ETFs) have been much discussed among investors.