With the Bank of Canada Increasing Rates Where Can I Keep My Cash to Get a High Interest Rate?
Interest rates are finally starting to climb so where should I keep my cash?
What Can I Do with the Cash in the US Dollar Side of my Portfolio at BMO InvestorLine?
If you aren’t spending it, at least try to get some interest for it.
What To Do With the Cash in My RRSP and TFSA Brokerage Accounts
It’s time to park my cash so what can I get for it and how?
If I Keep 50% of My Portfolio in Fixed Income What and Where Do I Keep It?
What goes into my “fixed income” asset class especially in this day of low, but possibly rising, interest rates?
With the Drop in the Overnight Rate, What Interest Rate Can I Get On my Cash in my Brokerage Account?
If you have any cash parked in your brokerage account you may want to get it moving.
How to Invest in the HISA AAT770 in Your InvestorLine RESP Account
If you have $5000 in cash in your RESP, it may be better to have it at InvestorLine than at BMO.
I’m Not Sure What to Do with My RRSP Money—What Should I Do Till I Decide?
It’s open season for banks angling to land your RRSP dollars. If you don’t want to be hooked like a Sucker on spring migration, instead of rushing into a RRSP investment, you may want to park your contribution in a short-term investment. Here are a few factors to consider and options to evaluate.
Testing a Sell (and Buy) of AAT770 in a BMO InvestorLine Account: Part Two, the Sell
The last time I tried to sell AAT770 I had to accept several messages warning me that the sale might be delayed. Do they still put up these worrying warnings, or has anything changed?
Testing a Buy (and Sell) of AAT770 in a BMO InvestorLine Account: Part One, the Buy
As the filthy lucre piles up in my InvestorLine account, I decide to test depositing and withdrawing from a high interest savings account AAT770 again to see if anything has changed.
How Fast Can I Sell my BMO InvestorLine AAT770 HISA to Generate Cash to Re-invest?
This is what I found out when I tested the speed of a sale of AAT770, BMO’s daily interest savings account no load fund, including the surprise perq on a 7-day investment.
How to Invest in the AAT770 High Daily Interest Savings Account Fund, HISA, at BMO InvestorLine
BMO InvestorLine has a new HISA available with a minimum required balance of $5000. Here’s how to buy some of this fund to deposit your money while you wait for a pullback or the optimum moment to execute your precision 50-bagger trade. (And a cynical observation about how else BMO could have offered interest for cash holdings.)
Investing in the AAT770 Daily High Interest Savings Account Fund, HISA, for BMO InvestorLine RRSP, TFSA and Other Accounts
BMO InvestorLine has made a significant improvement to its HISA option, changing it from the absurd to the reasonably useful. Please read on to learn about this new high interest savings account fund, the rate it pays and the required minimum investment.
The Types of Mutual Funds, Why They’re Good, and Quick Buying Tips
Mutual funds don’t just invest in equities. Here are 4 other types of mutual funds that you should consider buying.
Testing the Minimum Investment Requirement for BMO InvestorLine High Interest Savings Accounts
I tried selling some of my HISA holding at BMO InvestorLine. Would it let me do the dreadful deed?
Must You Keep a $25,000 Balance in a BMO InvestorLine High Interest Savings Account?
Uncertainty reigns while trying to answer this simple question.
Is There a 90 Day Holding Period for the High Interest Savings Accounts Offered by BMO InvestorLine?
InvestorLine has a minimum holding period of 90 days for mutual funds: but are their high interest savings accounts considered mutual funds, or not?
New Information about BMO InvestorLine High Interest Savings Accounts and their Required Minimum Balances
Do you have to keep a $25000 balance in a BMO InvestorLine High Interest Savings Account?
Investing in High Interest Savings Account Mutual Funds in BMO InvestorLine Accounts
The pros and cons of the BMO InvestorLine High Interest Savings Accounts, including which funds are offered for purchase.