Is the Tangerine Offer of Cash for Transferring Your RRSPs to Them a Good Deal? Where Should I Consider Keeping my RRSP Investments?
Tangerine is offering a small cash incentive for transferring a large RRSP to them. Is it a good deal? Where else should you consider keeping your RRSP money?
Why You Should Group Your BMO InvestorLine Accounts Under a Single User ID
In which I count down the top 5 reasons to group your InvestorLine accounts under one User ID if you don’t already pay someone to read my internet posts.
How Do I Get $9.95 Trades for my RESP Account at BMO InvestorLine
If you want to start trading for $9.95 faster in your RESP account, here’s what you may have to do; at least until all the brokerages start offering $9.95 trades to all customers like RBC Direct Investing has recently started doing.
How To Add a RESP Account to Your BMO InvestorLine User ID
InvestorLine lets you group accounts, such as a TFSA, RRSP, LIRA or RESP, under a single User ID to simplify checking your portfolios and to benefit from reduced trading fees and commissions. Here’s how to add a new account to an existing User ID–and whether it reduced the trading fees on my new RESP account immediately–or not.
How Do I Start Getting $9.95 Trades at RBC Direct Investing Now I Have $50 000?
I was surprised and frankly not impressed when I checked into the details of RBC Direct Investing’s $9.95 trades.
How to Get the $9.95 Trades on CIBC Investor’s Edge Once You Have $50,000
Don’t count on ancient mainframe computers to save you money. Here’s what to do to save $19 a trade.
Examples of TFSA Portfolio Fees and Commissions Using InvestorLine and Investor’s Edge
Some readers considering opening a TFSA at a brokerage may want to review the costs of setting up one of these example portfolios.
Does It Cost Anything to Transfer Part of my ING Direct RRSP to Another Institution?
How to transfer your RRSP from ING Direct, now Tangerine.ca, to InvestorLine or Investor’s Edge or another financial institution. Includes information on where to get the T2033 and how long it will take.
How to Choose a Self-Directed TFSA Brokerage Account to Minimize Fees and Costs
Compare the fees, including transfer and closing fees, for self-directed TFSAs at brokerages to choose the best place to invest your money.
Are ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds) Better than Mutual Funds?
What are the tax differences between ETFs and mutual funds and the differences in how they DRIP? These and other features are important to examine before making a purchase.
How to Evaluate Mutual Funds and Choose which Funds to Buy
Are you comparing apples and cows when you try to evaluate 2 mutual funds? How will a fund earn you money and how can you get your hands on it? Is it true mutual funds are named using a random phrase generator? And when did Australia become part of Asia anyway? Read on for these and other details about the murky world of mutual funds.
The Benefits and Drawbacks of Mutual Funds
Most of us know a few major drawbacks of mutual funds, but fewer of us realize they offer benefits too. Read on to discover how to maximize the benefits of mutual funds while fine-tuning your portfolio. And confirm your guess about what stock is trading up $1079 today.
RRSP Strategies Part 2 Move the Money Where You Want to Keep It. Choosing a Long Term RRSP Investment Account
How to choose a long term RRSP investment account, including bank accounts vs brokerage accounts, and how to transfer short term RRSP savings.
RBC Direct Investing Has a No Annual Fee RRSP Brokerage Account with No Minimum Balance!
RBC Direct Investing offers a self directed RRSP brokerage account with no minimum balance required and no annual fee providing this one requirement is met.
Questrade Has the Lowest Annual Fee RRSP Brokerage Account with No Minimum Balance: Or Does It?
Does Questrade offer the best RRSP brokerage account for investors with a small balance, or, after scrutinizing the fine print, does another brokerage have the best deal? The research results surprised me and may please you.
Stop those Monthly Statements from Arriving by Mail from CIBC Investor’s Edge
Be careful when following these instructions to stop receiving paper statements from Investor’s Edge, there’s something else you’re stopping too.
Do I Have to Pay a Commission if My Order to Sell Stock or Buy Stock Doesn’t Get Filled?
Details about when you don’t pay fees and about pesky partial fills.
How Can BMO InvestorLine and CIBC Investor’s Edge Offer GIC Purchases and Sales with No Commission Fees?
The hidden cost of a GIC and the advantages of investing online.
The Risks of Higher Fees from Partial Sales and Partial Buys
Defines what a thinly traded stock is and explains the risk of fills over several days.
Why Would It Be Worth Buying or Selling Only a Few Shares?
You may need to buy or sell fewer than 100 shares while maximizing your TFSA or RESP but also as a profitable strategy.
Can I Buy or Sell a Small Number of Shares of a Stock, Say 18?
Is it possible and permitted to buy or sell only a small number of shares in a company’s stock? For example, can I sell 18 shares of CU using BMO Investorline?