Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies

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Wiley, Sep 2, 2009 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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Mutual funds offer investors a diverse portfolio in a single investment, which is critical in an uncertain economy. Although ideal for buyers who don’t want to tackle the stock market alone, mutual funds can still be intimidating, with a bewildering array of options. And now that foreign content regulations for RRSPs have been lifted, Canadians have even more choices.

Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies explains it all, from the basics -- what is a mutual fund? -- to the not-so-basic -- are index funds better than managed funds? Is my MER cutting into my ROI? With information on how mutual funds can be a vital and profitable component of everyone’s retirement plans and how they can help readers build their wealth inside their tax-free savings account, this friendly guide offers the principles Canadians need to know in order to be informed and successful mutual fund investors.

“This book is easy and even fun to read. … Mutual Fund Investing For Canadians For Dummies is worth the investment if you are looking to build a fund portfolio that suits your needs and will give you healthy, long-term returns.”
Jeff Dupuis, money.canoe.ca

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About the author (2009)

Andrew Bell is a host on the Business News Network. Previously, he worked as an investment reporter and editor with The Globe and Mail, where he compiled "Stars & Dogs," a humorous roundup of hot and damp stocks. Matthew Elder was vice-president, content and editorial, of Morningstar Canada, and is now a writer and communications consultant.

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