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Market Update| 10 Tax Tips Everyone Should Know| January 17, 2022

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Market Update|2022 Forecasts| January 10, 2022

I recently read a report where a Goldman Sachs’ strategist predicted the S&P 500 would be at 5,100 by year end...

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Market Update| Avoid These 5 RRSP Pitfalls| January 10, 2021

Beyond the importance of contributing to grow funds for retirement, avoiding certain practices can also help to save tax or create a bigger nest egg for the future...

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Market Update| Get the Most Bang for your Tax-Free Buck | January 5, 2021

With limited contributing room, investing the money in your TFSA is often a good move. That way you will get more bang for your tax free buck...

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Market Update| Continue to Look Forward| December 20, 2021

With only two weeks left in 2021 it should give us pause to review what has happened last year and also what to look forward to in the coming year....

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Market Update| December Rally| December 13, 2021

It is nice to know the historic trend for this time of year is positive, a bit of wind in our sails as we approach year-end....

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Market Update| The Return of Market Volatility| December 6, 2021

At one point, in the US, the S&P 500 index went 29 straight days without a daily change of more than 1%. That is rare....

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Market Update| The Psychology of Investing| Dec 1, 2021

Some of the most seasoned investors have trained themselves to avoid emotional impulses...

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Market Update| The 3 Phases of Retirement| November 29, 2021

A longer retirement means retirement will likely progress through a couple of phases, while everyone’s retirement is unique and requires a tailored plan, I believe, in general, most retirements progress through 3 phases...

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Market Update| Retirement Smile| November 24, 2021

I work with retirees and would agree that total spending decreases in retirement. Often there is no longer a mortgage, we are not contributing to pensions or investments, as well since total income is lower the tax burden is often less....

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