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2024-04-15T17:15:07

Understanding taxes and your investments

Tax season is here! Read this article to learn more about how different investments are taxed and strategies to make your portfolio more tax-efficient.

Image pour What’s ahead for European equities in 2024?

2024-03-21T20:45:01

What’s ahead for European equities in 2024?

What’s ahead for European equities in 2024? In this #podcast, RBC GAM’s David Lambert shares his thoughts on the year ahead, including reasons for optimism and views valuation-wise on the Eurozone versus the United States. #europe #europeanequities #markets #inflation #recession

Image pour MacroMemo - February 27 – March 24, 2024

2024-03-11T16:45:03

MacroMemo - February 27 – March 24, 2024

Good news: a soft-landing outcome is now more likely than a full-blown recession. Eric Lascelles takes a deep dive into the current economic picture in this week’s #MacroMemo. Other topics include a U.S. fiscal update, the AI boom, dissatisfying inflation, and Canada’s rapid population growth.

2024-02-08T17:45:07

Each year is a new journey for investors. It’s natural to experience a variety of emotions, but history shows that over time, markets tend to have more positive years than negative. Here’s what the experts at RBC Global Asset Management have to say about the road ahead, getting back into markets, and staying on track to achieve your long term investment goals.

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2024-01-25T17:45:02

New Year insights: is it time to get on the bond-wagon?

With the backdrop for bonds now the most attractive it has been in decades, could it be time for investors to hop back on the bond-wagon? RBC GAM's Dagmara Fijalkowski shares her thoughts:

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2024-01-11T17:45:03

9 Quick Facts About RESPs and How To Make Them Work For You

Not all Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) are the same. Here are 9 things to know about RESPs and if you have questions, talk to a financial planner to understand the most effective way to save for a child’s education. #ValueofAdvice

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2023-11-20T17:45:01

Tax-planning strategies for a high interest rate environment

What can investors keep in mind when it comes to tax season in today's high interest rate environment? In this #podcast, RBC GAM's Stu Kedwell shares some key tax-planning strategies. Listen:

Image pour Boosting allocation to bonds as yields surge

2023-11-06T14:39:38

Boosting allocation to bonds as yields surge

How has our forecast for global growth and recession changed over the past quarter? Read the latest market update from RBC GAM:

Image pour What It Really Means to Pay Yourself First

2023-10-23T16:45:03

What It Really Means to Pay Yourself First

Paying yourself first can make saving like a reflex, as automatic as breathing. And who wouldn’t breathe a whole lot easier knowing there’s a nest egg building for your goals? #ValueofAdvice

Image pour How Can I Save Enough to Comfortably Retire?

2023-10-16T17:15:11

How Can I Save Enough to Comfortably Retire?

We all want to feel confident about our financial futures, right? We've got a simple answer to an age-old question about retirement

Image pour Spending Less Can be a Pathway to Financial Peace — and Self-Love

2023-09-25T16:45:00

Spending Less Can be a Pathway to Financial Peace — and Self-Love

Budgeting isn’t just about spending less – it can also be about bringing more joy into your life.

Image pour Interest Rates are Up, Inflation's Cooling. So Why Are Prices Still So High?

2023-09-11T16:45:06

Interest Rates are Up, Inflation's Cooling. So Why Are Prices Still So High?

The Bank of Canada's recent interest-rate hikes have slowed inflation. A win for economists, certainly, but for your wallet? Not quite yet. Inflation (and high prices) are proving stickier than expected. Here's why.