When interest rates go up, most people are worried about the impact on their mortgage. We’re also concerned about what happens to bond prices. WHY IS THAT? That’s because the part of your portfolio which is held in bonds is at risk due to price decreases when interest rates rise. Click here to read more.
17 August, 2017 Investment Services
It can pay to have all of your eggs in one basket
As we get older, we tend to hear more about how to improve our physical health. However, we don’t always hear about our brain and how our cognitive abilities can be maintained or sharpened. The science on brain fitness is constantly evolving. Some studies...
In this four-minute video, Counsel’s Chief Investment Strategist, Rana Chauhan, tackles the causes for the recent market volatility, and points out that there is good news that will help see us through this “market flu”.
Money Facts 2017 is a reference guide that breaks down contribution limits for RRSPs and TFSAs. Click here for more details.