Fall Into ETF Investing

A Special Edition of ETF Market Insights

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Wondering how ETFs can fit into your portfolio?

Join us for our Fall into ETF Investing Event, premiering October 13 and 20.

Check out these two exciting two-part events, which we curated specifically for you—the DIY investor. Our special guest speakers and insightful industry experts will provide you with the information and education you need to confidently manage your own portfolios.

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Avoiding the Yield Trap

Covered Call ETFs have long been used by DIY investors to add an options-based strategy to their portfolios in a simple and cost-efficient way. But with so many covered call ETFs entering the market offering higher and higher yields, how can investors know what to trust? Our expert panel will teach you how to analyze the advertised yield on an ETF, what to look for when picking a yield-focused ETF for your portfolio, and some red flags to look out for when comparing high-yielding investments.


Rising Rates and Fixed Income ETFs: What You Need to Know

In today’s rising rate environment, Canadians have been flocking to fixed income ETFs; from money market ETFs to long term credit and everything in between. Learn how rising rates affect fixed income investments, how to manage a fixed income portfolio in this environment, and some diversification techniques to consider to prepare your portfolio for the Bank of Canada’s next rate decision.


The Dividend Advantage

Dividend investing has become a popular approach for Do-It-Yourself Investors as it provides consistent income and growth opportunities. ETFs can streamline the dividend investing approach by making a basket of dividend paying companies accessible to investors with a simple trade. But not all dividend ETFs are created equal- our expert panel will break down how to analyze dividend ETFs and will show the differences among dividend strategies in the market.


Investing in Artificial Intelligence: Boom or Bust?

Artificial Intelligence is transforming the way we work, our social habits, and how we interact with the world. But will it become the tech industry’s next big growth sector? Our friends from ARK Invest talk to us about why they see exponential growth in this space, and how they are finding companies that they believe are best positioned to take advantage of this mega-growth opportunity.

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