Kyle Prevost

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One of the more difficult truisms to internalize when it comes to DIY investing is that your behaviour will often matter more than the actual performance of the assets that you are investing in.
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While the bulk of Canadians’ portfolios are still invested using the traditional advisor-plus-mutual fund combination, fee-conscious investors are gravitating towards online brokers and robo adviso
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If you’re thinking about becoming a Canadian DIY investor, you should be aware of how to cut your investing costs to the bone in order to keep as much of your money working for you as possible.