Advisorsavvy Blog

How To Invest In Stocks

The stock market can feel like a vast abyss into which you throw your hard-earned money. And, it can be hard to decide how best to invest, much less the best stocks to choose from.

Continue reading

ETFs: The Complete Guide

Learning the difference between a mutual fund and an exchange-traded fund (ETF), for example, can help you choose the best option for you today, and into the future. To help you decide, here is a complete guide to ETFs.

Continue reading

How Much Money Do I Need To Retire In Canada?

If you are like most people, you have been looking forward to retirement for the better part of your career. We know that planning for retirement is an important part of any financial plan. But what we don’t necessarily know is how much money we need to retire in Canada, comfortably.

Continue reading

How To Buy Stocks

How many movies have you seen that show the madness on the stock trading floor? The reality is, of course, that the stock market is a hot investment tool. And, people can and do make a lot of money by investing in stocks. But there is a lot to know about how to buy stocks.

Continue reading

The Best Robo-Advisors In Canada

However, there are some fairly trustworthy places to invest that should give you returns and security. If you’re new to investing and not sure what to do, a Canadian robo-advisor might be a great choice.

Continue reading

What Is Home Insurance?

Insurance is one of those things that you pay and pay — and pay. Yet, you hope you never actually have to take advantage of the service you’re paying for. It’s there for times of trouble or disaster. And you need to have that peace of mind, but it comes at a price. And protecting your biggest asset with home insurance is essential.

Continue reading

What Is My RRSP Contribution Limit?

Planning for retirement is a key aspect of any financial plan. One of the best ways to make sure you have enough money to retire on is to invest in a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). Then, watch your nest egg grow. But it’s important to understand your RRSP contribution limit to maximize the benefit.

Continue reading

What Is Travel Insurance And Do I Need It?

You’ve booked your flight and hotel. Now all you have to do is start looking up things to do and places to eat, right? Not necessarily. To create a stress-free trip, it’s also important to consider protecting yourself from some of the pitfalls of travel. But what exactly is travel insurance, and do you need it?

Continue reading

First Time Home Buyer RRSP

Buying your first home is exciting if not an overwhelming, exercise. You save and visualize that dream home, then, you search and select your options. And with fingers crossed, you put in your offer.

Continue reading

What Is Life Insurance?

Being an adult comes with a host of expenses that you can’t avoid, like food and shelter. Far too many people wince at adding the cost of insurance to their list of fixed expenses. But, life insurance is not a variable expense.

Continue reading

Best Canadian ETFs For 2020

When deciding which investment tool makes the most sense for you, it’s important to understand all of the available options. But, there is a lot to know. Learning the difference between a mutual fund and an ETF, for example, means you can choose the best option for you today, and into the future.

Continue reading

How To Check Your Credit Score In Canada

Whether most of us know what a good credit score looks like in actual terms is another story. What do potential creditors consider a good score? Is there a point of no return from bad credit? And is there such a thing as a magic number to strive to attain?

Continue reading

Get 12 Smart Questions Everyone Should Ask Their Financial Advisor

Download these questions plus more with the Advisorsavvy community newsletter – subscribe now and enjoy a wealth of knowledge.

Find the best advisor option for your situation.

Answer 10 simple questions and start your search for a financial advisor.
Subscribe now and get 12 Smart Questions Everyone Should Ask Their Financial Advisor