Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by mikeman, Feb 2, 2011.
You're right. You've changed my mind.
I you're looking for Canadian income and have a very low risk tolerance, why not buy CDP. It's ETF's of preferred shares from Canadian companies. It qualifies for the enhanced dividend credit too.
I agree as well. Go with Vanguard, and start with their Total Stock Market Index. VTI for their ETF's, not sure what the code is for their mutual fund, look it up on www.vanguard.com
Vanguard is the cheapest out there. Don't get suckered into paying higher fees for some "star" fund manager.
Vanguard is great as a brokerage as well, over a certain amount (500k?) in their funds (not brokerage money, just their funds) and you can trade for $2. also, admiral shares gives you a discount on the actively managed funds and index funds but each at different amounts (50k and 10k iirc).
Interactive Brokers. $1 trades up to 200 shares.
Market is looking for some guidance again, sigh.
TSLA baby, TSLA. New all time high.
Saw a Tesla in Tyson's yesterday... sweeeeet ride. You should buy one. Also there's a Tesla showroom in DC that just opened:
Ya, I test drove it there. That car is really nice. Fast as shit, too.
I just got an e-mail that there's a coast-to-coast route open with superchargers. Looks to be a bunch more by year-end.
Hi 16,000....nice to see you again.
I have an ominous feeling that the recent run-up is only temporary..
i'd like another small dip, i want to do some buying.
Anyone into forex and see consistent and worthwhile returns? I was reading about it and from my understanding, it's risky, can be rewarding, and takes time to master... I would just like to confirm it's merits with some real people with a decent account (non-demo!) before I go further.
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