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Rempel Maximum – 5 Steps to Becoming a Multi-Millionaire

Remember the show “Who wants to be a millionaire?” Are you the kind of person that wants to build some serious wealth? Live an exceptional life? Be financially free? I don’t mean just a comfortable amount. I mean a lot – like being a multi-millionaire. The truth is, average people can become very wealthy just…

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How to EASILY Outperform Index Investors

It is EASY to outperform index investors? Why? 1/ Bonds – They usually invest partly in bonds, even though studies show that over 20-year periods, equities (stocks) are more reliable. Equities have a lower 20-year standard deviation after inflation than bonds. 2/ Home country bias – They invest in Canada because it sounds safer, even…

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The Quest To Find All Star Fund Managers

Why do you invest with “All Star Fund Managers”?When you’re planning for your future, you need to have a sound investment strategy that gives you confidence that you will eventually have the retirement you want. The best way to understand this is with a hockey analogy.

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2 Things You Must Focus on to Be Financially Secure

Do you feel financially secure? What would it take for you to build a huge nest egg to become financially secure? Conventional wisdom says it’s mostly about investing better. It suggests you should focus on getting a higher return or lower fees. Prefer an overview? Like videos? Listening to podcasts? Check out our whiteboard video,…

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Tax Planning for Parents

Are you a parent?  If yes – you’re probably paying a lot more tax. Parents are often in higher tax brackets than non parents. This means your planning must be diligently looked at, as it can affect your RRSPs, deductions, and more. I’ve talked about this topic before on my blog, but this is the…

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Why Simple Investment Stats Don’t Give You Good Returns

If you’re investing in equities, you may be using various investment data software like Morningstar. The problem? Investment data often gets misused. This is because you may be looking at short-term stats and ratings from only the last 1-5 years. It takes a lot of effort looking at investment stats, but most people who do…

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