Tag Archives: asset allocation

Asset location – The best types of accounts for different investments

Deciding which accounts to hold different assets in Should you put stocks in your RRSP or TFSA? What about fixed income like bonds? This post will answer these types of asset location questions. Readers should already be somewhat familiar with tax advantaged accounts such as the RRSP, and regular taxable accounts. The importance of asset location Asset allocation… Read More »

Situational Asset Allocation

There’s a saying that younger people should invest more in equities (stocks) and older people should buy more bonds. Some like to use the “100 minus your age” rule to determine asset allocation. Start with the number 100 and subtract your age. The resulting figure is the percentage you should allocate to equities, and the rest should be invested in bonds. For example… Read More »

Our Most Valuable Asset: Part 2

Skilled and outgoing individuals are what companies look for when they hire. They don’t care about how rich or financially successful an interviewee is. They’re called the “human” resources department because they’re responsible for recruiting the best ‘human’ capital. In part 1, I wrote about what that means, today will be about why it’s useful. By properly maintaining our human… Read More »