Five years ago, the Today’s economy blog launched with a post that posed five burning questions. Are we any closer to answering them?
There may be better ways to invest your retirement savings. But dollar-cost averaging is more than just an investment strategy.
Dollar-cost averaging has two advantages: It turns saving into a habit and it keeps you from trying to time the market.
Five years ago this week, Canada’s main stock index hit its post-financial crisis bottom. The smart money stayed invested.
It might be short-lived, but a lot of Canadians say they’re saving more, spending less and paying down more debt than they did pre-2008.
This year’s Sun Life Canadian Unretirement™ Index found more positive views on a couple of key questions. Things are looking up, a little.
The sixth annual Sun Life Canadian Unretirement™ Index found that mortgage holders are more likely to pay down their debt than save for retirement.
The Canadian economy will grow by more than 2% this year. That’s thanks mainly to a solid rebound in the U.S.