Stock Investing for Canadians for Dummies by Andrew DagysReally good reference guide for the beginning investor. Read several chapters but Im putting it down for now since I want to look into a broader scope of investing outside of just stocks to get a better understanding of whats right for me. Really surprised how much my husband got into it though- the amount of research hes doing about stock investing is intense and its getting his finances back on track. Its really surprising since he was so apathetic about personal finance previously since he believes (believed?) our current currency is not to be trusted.
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You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Andrew Dagys , Paul Mladjenovic. Plus, some very significant tax rules exist e. Canadian stock investors also have unique opportunities to invest in a recovering domestic commodity sector and a strong dividend-rich and growing financial sector. Stock Investing For Canadians For Dummies, 5 th edition arms you with trusted information on stock investing in both bear and bull markets; unique investment segments like the legal medical marijuana sector; stock investing for different types of goals, styles, and stages of life; and examples straight from the real world of stock investing as they have occurred in the past few years.
Stock investing is a great way for Canadians to build wealth, but it can have its pitfalls. This list spells out the essentials every stock investor should remember. The primary reason you invest in a stock is because the company is making a profit. A stock or stocks in general should never represent percent of your assets. Your common sense and logic can be just as important in choosing a good stock as the advice of any investment expert.