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This is because indexing in Canada is largely overshadowed by the massive actively managed machine called mutual funds. While mutual funds are popular for many reasons; easy to buy and contribute to name a few, they have one major drawback — they can cost you lots of money. To you as an investor, they could mean plenty. I also hope my finances in my lates will be much better than today.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 08, Steven Brooker rated it it was amazing. Great resource for Canadians to begin their own investing journey. Nov 05, Adam Sipos rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfict-sci-bio. Liked the approach and the book. My only gripe was that unbeknownst to me before purchasing the book based on a recommendation the target audience is primarily Canadian citizens, therefore many examples retirement funds, tax rates, exchange rates to CAD are very specific to the country.

Dec 20, Ashleigh Mattern rated it really liked it. If you're a Canadian who wants to take control of your own investments with index mutual funds or exchange-traded funds, this is a great guide. 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. I started the book only knowing I thought passive investing was a good idea, and finished feeling confident enou Author Dan Bortolotti runs the website Canadian Couch Potato, which educates Canadians about passive investing.

I started the book only knowing I thought passive investing was a good idea, and finished feeling confident enough to open an account with a discount brokerage. Apr 27, Dmitry rated it really liked it. An introduction to index investing specifically targeted at Canadians. If you're looking for a sane retirement strategy that makes sense than this book is worth a look. By betting on the market one'll get a mostly reliable return - with caveats.

Quite a compelling argument in favour of the 'Couch Potato' investing strategy that proclaims passive investing is the way to go. Great read, and very practical examples and templates to help apply the information to your life.

Mar 11, Matthew rated it really liked it Shelves: investments , non-fiction. Good, practical tips for Canadian index investors. Jul 20, Thomas Leblanc-beauregard rated it it was amazing.

Very clear and straightforward explanations on how to go about with financial planning and investment strategies. I'll be well-served to go back to this book once my portfolio grows some more! Jonathon rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Mitchell Cohen rated it it was amazing Jun 02, Nam Hoang rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Gregory Billson rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Rob rated it really liked it Mar 13, James rated it really liked it Aug 22, Chris Pawluk rated it really liked it Oct 29, Felix rated it really liked it Jul 17, John T-D rated it it was amazing Feb 23, Jason rated it liked it Sep 17, Shauny rated it it was amazing Apr 17, Kelly rated it really liked it Jan 17, Herbert John rated it it was amazing Jul 21, MJ rated it liked it Aug 05, Christoph Brenner rated it really liked it Dec 07, Eric Chan rated it it was amazing Apr 29, Gino Santerre rated it liked it Aug 13, Claudio Firsoff rated it did not like it Jan 18, Adam Ragan rated it it was amazing Nov 03, Illsung Joo rated it it was amazing Sep 28, Helene rated it really liked it Jun 14, Kiran rated it it was amazing Jan 21, Catherine rated it really liked it Dec 28, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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Thanks for the review, Mike—both the kind words and the fair critiques. Dan: I think the kind words were fair as well. I think your book will help people. Sounds like a helpful and easy to digest book — thanks for posting this review. Pages Home About Contact. 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.

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A new investment guide from MoneySense magazine gathers in one place a wealth of knowledge about passive index investing. By Larry MacDonald December 16, 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.

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