"Riding the latest 'crisis' and other market lessons" by Peter Hodson
Some advice on his favorite investment rules and guidelines:
- There is always a crisis in the stock market
- Fear always results in greater volatility than greed
- Investors still focus too much on the short term
- Hostile takeovers almost never succeed at the 'first' bid
- Momentum is an investor's best friend
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"More to come" by Jim Allworth
For many Canadians, "legacy" no longer means having a hospital wing or performing arts building named after them. Indeed, today, the meaning of legacy is personal for Canadians, based more on relationships with family and friends-and with driving social change- than on money alone. These are among the findings of a survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit, commissioned by RBC Wealth Management which explored how the meanings of legacy and wealth are being redefined across regions, genders and generations.
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Perspective: A magazine for clients
RBC Wealth Management Services has created a magazine to help us educate clients and prospective clients about wealth management topis and other services from our RBC partners.
The magazine highlights topical issues relevant to high-net-worth clients – from expert advice on tax strategies to family and lifestyle interests. It has been designed to provide a comprehensive wealth management advice and service.
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The Best Free Investing Tools on the Web
by Ben Carlson
"On of the great things about the internet is that it's broken down many of the barriers to information that existed in the past. Investors can now become more informed than ever before if they know where to look and who to trust. You no longer have to go through the gatekeepers to access relevant..."
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36 Obvious Investment Truths
by Ben Carlson
The article highlights on simple but obvious, advice on markets but sometimes investors need to be reminded of the simple and obvious.
1. If you need to spend you money in a relatively short period of time it doesn't belong in the stock market.
2. Watching your friends get rich makes it difficult to stick with a sound investment plan.
3. Compound interest is amazing but it takes a really long time to work.
4. Successful investing is more about...33 more tips on investing. To receive full version of the article contact us.
"Room to Run" by Jim Allworth
"Happy Spouse, Happy House-Four reasons to keep your spouse involved in managing your family's wealth" featuring an interview with Grant Richmond.
One of the featured article in our September issue.