Register for the Canadian Monetary Summit, October 18 to 21, and also you’ll get entry to the investing and money-management data of greater than 35 Canadian private monetary consultants, together with MoneySense’s personal Lisa Hannam, Allan Norman and Michael McCullough. All-access tickets are FREE for MoneySense readers.
(If you happen to’ve attended the Canadian Monetary Summit, take a look at the MoneySense guides referenced in our classes.
What are you able to be taught? Listed here are just a few highlights from the segments that includes MoneySense contributors:
Prime Canadian ETFs for This Yr and Past
With so many ETF choices out there, it may be laborious for buyers to know what to place into their portfolios. MoneySense’s government editor Lisa Hannam hosts as journalist Michael McCullough appears on the make-up of the ETF market and can share, primarily based on MoneySense’s ETF All-Stars Report, the ETF merchandise Canadians might think about shopping for as we speak.
Allan Norman, MSc, CFP, CIM
All of your FHSA questions answered
The primary-home financial savings account is model spanking new and Canadians have questions. In the same format of MoneySense’s fashionable Ask A Planner column, government editor Lisa Hannam will ask Licensed Monetary Planner Allan Norman actual questions from Canadians concerning the FHSA, from what it’s to the place to open this account.
Private finance tendencies to plan for in 2023 and 2024
MoneySense government editor Lisa Hannam and columnist Kyle Prevost work collectively on the fashionable column Making Sense of the Markets. It contextualizes headlines for Canadian buyers, so collectively the duo will probably be wanting on the headlines from the 12 months and people to return, together with rates of interest, crypto (keep in mind that asset?), employment, AI, GICs and a lot extra.