How to Invest in Dividend Paying Stocks in Canada

How to invest in dividend paying stocks in Canada.

Today I’m excited to have Mark Seed on the show, who runs the popular Canadian blog, My Own Advisor. On the blog, Mark documents his journey and lessons learned as he invests towards achieving an early retirement, and works on growing his portfolio to 1 million dollars. What’s very interesting about Mark, is that he…

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Real Estate Investing & Buying Your First Home

Real Estate Investing and Buying Your First Home

Today we’re going to take a deep dive into the world of real estate, and we’re going to approach it from 2 sides: First, we’ll talk about real estate as an investment (i.e. If you’ve ever thought about investing in a property and renting it out). Now if you’ve listened to past episodes of the…

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The Top Financial Mistakes Canadians Make

Top Financial Mistakes Canadians Make - Kyle Prevost

Listen to it on iTunes. Listen to it on Stitcher Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save link as” or “save as”. Free Tickets to the Canadian Financial Summit As mentioned on the show, you can get your free tickets to the conference here. The tickets are 100% free, it’s all online so…

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Should You Invest with a Robo Advisor in Canada?

Should you invest with a robo advisor in Canada - Randy Cass

Listen to it on iTunes. Listen to it on Stitcher Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save link as” or “save as”. Links and Resources Covered: Try Nest Wealth for free for 3 Months through the promotional link here: Nest Wealth Promotion Try the Do-it-Yourself Investing Course risk free for 2 months…

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Mortgage Free and Financially Independent at 30. How Sean Cooper Did It.

Mortgage Free and Financially Independent at 30 - Sean Cooper

Giveaway: Enter the giveaway for your chance to win a signed copy of Sean’s book: Burn Your Mortgage Get your free audiobook: Click Here to get your FREE audiobook by signing up for the free Audible trial. Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player. Download or Stream the episode…

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Early Retirement: How Much Do You Need to Retire?

Early Retirement: How Much Do You Need to Retire?

Today we have Susan Daley on the show and we’re going to talk all about early retirement, such us how to pull it off, what to look out for, and some of the most common mistakes that Canadians make when trying to plan this out. Susan is an Associate Portfolio Manager at PWL Capital in…

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How to Not Run Out of Money in Retirement (the top 20 financial planning tips)

How to not run out of money in retirement (the top 20 financial planning tips)

In this episode, we’re going to continue covering the subject of “How to Not Run Out of Money in Retirement”, specifically for Canadians. This is from a live webinar that I did for Canadian MoneySaver Magazine so in case you weren’t able to make it, I wanted to provide you with as many tips as…

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How Much Do You Need to Retire?

How Much Do You Need to Retire

Listen to it on iTunes. Listen to it on Stitcher. Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save link as” or “save as”. Hey it’s Kornel and welcome to the Build Wealth Canada show. Recently I did a live webinar with Canadian MoneySaver magazine on the subject of “How much do you need…

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How to Save Thousands at Your Bank – Secrets of an Ex-Banker

Today we have a very special guest who has actually worked as an advisor for some of Canada’s largest banks, giving him some great insider information on how we can all save money when dealing with the Banks. His name is John Kalos, and he runs Merit Financial Planning where he specializes in doing financial…

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Investing Returns: What Can You Expect?

Investing Returns - What Can You Expect

In this episode, I’ve pulled together the newest numbers of what you can expect from your investments. These are based on historical returns using several different highly reputable sources that I personally use and trust. In other words, this isn’t some subjective opinion of what one person thinks you’ll get on your investments. Instead, it’s…

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