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Buying a rental property in university paid off
No matter how rich you are, you always feel like you need more, writes Thane Stenner
When it comes to the recession, Murray Leith writes that it's all relative
Investment fund managers have been beefing up their allocations to China since the fall
Signs of growth overseas merits attention
Things are never as good - or bad - as they seem, writes Dan Richards
Here is how to tell if you should find a new advisor, writes Thane Stenner
High yields, steady income provide some stability
Deck: With common shareholders being treated like amoebas, Kevin O'Leary looks for an upside
The currency appears poised to soar over the next few months as stock markets languish
The ability to see opportunity within a crisis is a distinguishing feature of the millionaire mind.
Sherry Cooper, the Toronto-based chief economist at investment dealer BMO Nesbitt Burns, is the author of The New Retirement: How It Will Change Our Future. The bestselling book has just been released in paperback.
If you're looking for a safe property where you can put some cash, what's the better bet: family digs or a small strip mall?
Here's what investors are doing in a market gone wild-and what they should be doing
Gold is so hot now that supplies are scarce. Here's how you can get in on the action
Wristwatches have been popular ever since they were worn by soldiers in the First World War. Like art, the finer specimens are coveted and can sell at auction for hundreds of thousands of dollars. That makes them objects of value for collectors and investors who know what they're buying. "Even through this market, I've noticed prices on the finer things are very strong," says Michael Larsen, a senior specialist with auction house Bonhams & Butterfields in Los Angeles. How do you make sure that an expensive watch is worth buying and holding?
Donald Coxe put his money on commodities just as they went bust. Now, he's betting on inflation, China and India
Former Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge is pessimistic about the outlook for equity markets over the next three years, Kevin O'Leary writes
Establish a wealth-protection process to detect investment fraud early, writes Thane Stenner
Fear, not greed, drives ultra-conservative money managers
How to avoid the Ponzis, Madoffs, Bre-Xs and Milkens in the market
A weaker dollar and possibly higher inflation herald renewed interest in the still-precious metal
It's not the money, it's the mind, writes Thane Stenner
Fine wine notwithstanding, private equity anticipates a brutal 2009, Kevin O'Leary writes
The nuts and bolts of these new tax-sheltered accounts -- and who benefits most from them
It's been a tough year, so what are you going to do about it? Kevin O'Leary writes
Bear markets can be frightening but they are necessary, Dan Hallett writes
The stock market is never to blame for a fund's results.
Incorporate these nine habits into your real estate investing
Agricultural commodities are well below heady highs reached this summer -- and poised to rally again
Gold appreciates amid inflation, defies deflation and is the ultimate defensive play
Many Swiss investors are far more focused on the debt markets than equities. Stay diversified, Kevin O'Leary writes.
How to think beyond the excessive pessimism in the market
Here's the advice (we believe) he'd give today
While worried investors spent most of the year running for the exits, investors who prefer vintage automobiles spent more than $200 million beefing up their portfolios at RM Auctions.
Influence, authority, clout...they're tough to define, but impossible to mistake. The 10 listed here (and 10 runners-up) aren't necessarily the best-or richest-investors in the country. They're not even all investors. But they shape the Canadian investment industry, and when they speak, the market listens. Now more than ever.
Does your financial adviser know you and your needs, and care enough to help you through the tough times? If not, it may be splitsville time.
Dick Haskayne admits that he follows trends and has great luck, but he's not taking the market turmoil sitting down.
Farnoosh Torabi is the New York-based author of You're So Money, a personal finance book aimed at her own 20-something age group.
There are 100,000 toxic properties in Canada. The good news? Many have to be cleaned up fast
Whistler has better elevation, but Blue Mountain has a bigger market. Which resort is the smarter buy?
When the lights go out, Ben Stein on Wall Streetís immorality & more...
Is value dead? The lure of the long shot, the Steadhand diaries and more...
Inside Sprott Inc., The Technicians, Liquid assets and more...
Bill Miller, The Wealthy Barber, How to Live Tax Free and more...
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