Noreen Rasbach contacted me earlier this week after having read some articles posted on this blog and she indicated that the column would be running in today’s Globe and Mail. You can click on the following link to see the article posted on this blog that she quoted as being useful, How Mutual Fund Sales Are Compensated in Canada.
What is this site all about?
While you are here, allow me to give you a quick explanation of this website: It is completely free to read the information here and as with most blogs (short for “web-log”), the site is a cross between a soap-box and diary. My particular focus is on educating Canadian investors on pretty much anything to do with money and investing. I generally write about 5 articles per week and sometimes I get pretty technical, and other times I get philosophical – the sky’s the limit. If you have any particular questions you would like answered, please feel free to leave a comment at the end of any post and I’ll do my best to answer it.
Who is the author of this site?
By day, I’m a professional financial advisor who believes in transparency in fees – but always remember that anything you read on the internet needs to be discussed with your own advisor or at the very least researched and verified by a different source. If you would like to see how I run my practice, please visit my work website: www.ExecutiveFinancialPlanning.com. There, you will find out more about how you can engage a financial advisor and the various types of fee arrangements that are available. You’ll be happy to know that I’m one of a small minority of financial advisors who uses Exchange Traded Funds. I also have a sample Investment Policy Statement that you can download – please feel free to take a look.
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For readers of my blog, please pick up a copy of today’s Globe and Mail to read Ms Rasbach’s article (you can click here to read it online).
If you want to help promote the article you’ll need to go to this temporary link (as long as it is valid) – and please feel free to click at the end of the article to vote for the article to be ‘recommended’ – the more people clicking the more awareness we can provide on mutual fund compensation. It’ll look like this: