The Medinas lost everything in their native Uruguay before starting fresh in Canada. Now that they have healthy salaries, they want to pay their debts and start saving for retirement. But is it too late?
Patrick and Lisa Bourbonnais are engineers near Moncton, N.B. Their defined contribution pensions are at the same employer. They also invest in ETFs at an online brokerage but want to diversify beyond Canada. Here's what we came up with.
Timeshares have a terrible reputation. Too bad, as this vacation option can really add value if purchased wisely. In this, the first of a three-part blog, I offer some insight into how to value a timeshare.
Investors love to buy stocks, but selling is much harder. All too often pride, anxiety and neglect keep us hanging onto our losing stocks until it's too late. To find the secrets of when to sell, MoneySense spoke with some top minds in the financial industry as well as regular Canadians managing their own portfolios
Inflation may soon breathe fire on your retirement savings, and traditional portfolios of stocks and bonds are at risk. Here's how to choose investments that can prevent your nest egg from getting cooked.
Time will tell if Nick Barisheff's new book, $10,000 Gold, belongs in the same category as such overly bullish stock-market books as Dow 36,000 or Dow 100,000 or whether Barisheff will ultimately get the last laugh.