Popular search terms that brought visitors to freedomthirtyfiveblog.com….
Nov 16th – from Halifax, NS…
“canadian net worth statistics”
The median net worth for an individual Canadian adult is $89,014. But the median net worth for a family in 2005 was $148,350.
Nov 15th – from Chicago, Illinois…
“i bought apple stock on margin, what should i do”
Depends on your investment philosophy. As a giant tech company Apple may be volatile in the short term, but most analysts on Wall St. believe the long term prospects of the company is solid. I would hold onto it personality.
Nov 15th – from Williams Lake, BC…
“1500 dollars a year dividends”
You would need an investment portfolio of $50,000 worth of diversified stocks with an average of 3% dividend yield to make $1500 a year. If you buy the XIC ETF, which follows the S&P/TSX composite index, you will need about $54,000 because the yield is a bit lower.
Nov 14th – from Toronto, ON…
“where to purchase box gold bullion coins in toronto”
Easiest way is to phone a local Scotiabank and ask if they have any. I’ve heard they deal more bullion than the other big banks. Of course it’s always a good idea to compare prices so feel free to use Google maps, and you want to search for the term “bullion exchange in Toronto.” You will see at least half a dozen companies that buy/sell gold.
Nov 14th – from Prince George, BC…
“which stocks to invest in rrsp”
Canadian REITs (because some distribute income which is taxed at your marginal tax rate,) Canadian bond ETFs, and US stocks that pay dividends (so you can save 15% tax on those dividends)