He takes a topic that is often explained in a technical manner and makes it understandable for non-specialists. I expect to be lending out my copy to friends and family. This book is actually a cross between a book and a magazine. It contains 10 pages of ads and has a fair bit of interesting artwork. It then goes on to look at how to decide what should go in your portfolio and how to set up accounts to buy the chosen investments.
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He starts the book with a solid case for index investing, and lays out a step-by-step guide to making a plan and following through. Be patient ot others. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Reviewed: MoneySense Guide to the Perfect Portfolio
But why a book about passive investing with index funds or ETFs? Many of these details can be found separately in financial blogs such as Canadian Capitalist, but the book conveniently gathers it all in one place. And veteran journalist, author and blogger Dan Bortolotti does a great job of conveying the information in a clear, concise manner. One area where his clarity rings through is a discussion on minimizing the high, poorly disclosed currency fees on foreign investments traded within RRSPs. Investors can cut such costs by opening an account with a brokerage that allows U.
MoneySense Guide to the Perfect Portfolio
He starts the book with a solid case for index investing, and lays out a step-by-step guide to making a plan and following through. Be patient ot others. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Shit, even the digital books?
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The MoneySense Guide to the Perfect Portfolio (2013 Edition)