“By definition, index funds provide the most diversification in each asset class and eliminate all uncompensated risk.  In contrast, active fund managers rely on less diversification to beat the index.  The managers either limit their holdings to a few favorable…
Equities built to last for your portfolio

Equities built to last for your portfolio Inspired by the recent “RRSP season” this post is about some Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Canadian dividend paying stocks that might not win any sprints but will win the marathon that is…

A few great reasons why I own ETFs For folks who have followed My Own Advisor for some time, you might already know that I employ a two-pronged approach to grow my retirement portfolio across various accounts. One approach is…

My favourite Canadian bond ETFs I said last week:  while dividend-investing takes some time and effort, investing in some ETF products in my opinion, does not.   For today’s post, I thought I would share some of my favourite Canadian bond ETFs. Why…