What DIY Passive Investing Style is Optimum for You?
Examining the Pros and Cons of Each (Video Presentation)
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Links from the presentation:
- Kornel’s Investing Course
- The fee calculator and comparison tool is available for free here.
- Bonus: I mentioned the free auto-rebalancing that the Passiv tool can do for you. Summit attendess can get a free Passiv Premium Account here.
- Bonus: I mentioned that I use Questrade for the free ETF buying. You can get $50 in free trades here when you open a free account with them.
- Kornel’s Podcast on iTunes
- Kornel’s Podcast on Google Podcasts
After you learn about the ridiculous fees that you’re likely paying on your mutual funds, the next question becomes: “What type of DIY passive index investing is right for me?”.
In Canada, there are 3 main types that we can choose from: Using a robo-advisor vs. an asset-allocation ETF vs. buying individual ETFs (what I do).
While each of these options will move you away from overpaying in fees, and let you retire years (possibly even decades) earlier, there are pros and cons to each approach, and there isn’t one method that is perfect for all Canadians.
Join me as I take you through the pros and cons of each one, so that you can make a more educated decision on which one is right for you.
While especially critical for those Canadians looking to became DIY investors, even if you are already a DIY investor, this presentation will help you determine if maybe now is the time to switch to lower your fees even further.