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Advisor fee - what are you paying for?

When you invest in a mutual fund you pay a fee and part of the fee is split between the advisor and the dealer. The fee typically ranges between 0.5% and 1.25%.  Sometimes it is transparent and other times it is embedded but you are paying it.. You should be receiving the following:

-Check-ins and a minimum of an annual review

-Behavioural coaching

-Investment research

-Cash flow management

-Tax advice- depends on advisor's knowledge and training

-Debt management

-Risk management

The service may vary but you are paying and should be hearing from your advisor.

Stay Invested

 Here is a quick video on the consequences of trying to time the market.


Timing the market

My favorite line in this article is "If you flip a coin enough times, eventually someone will get heads 10 times in a row." Most people quickly acknowledge we can't time the market but how many times do you or others keep trying? One of the most common mistakes investors make is trying to get in and out of the market or a particular equity at the right time. This article discusses the research that shows it can't be done consistently over time. Read the article here.



Markets in 2023 Rewarded Discipline

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Active versus Passive Investing

Here is an article discussing the differences between active and passive investing. Read here.


We know diversification is important across both sectors and geography. Here is an article explaining the importance of diversification across geography: article.

Growth versus Value

What is the difference between a growth and value fund? Here is an article explaining the differences: