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Do You Own Your Gold? | Nick Barisheff

Legal Title Is Essential To Precious Metals Ownership To download PDF version Whether you’re buying a brand new BMW or a second hand Range Rover,…

Nick Barisheff | How the Massive Gold & Silver Theft Really Works

Stuart Englert, author of Rigged: Exposing the Largest Financial Fraud in History, and Nick Barisheff sat down with Robert Kientz of Gold Silver Pros to discuss:​​​​​ ​​why an…

10 advantages DIY investors have over the pros

This is a re-post of an article written by blogger and DIY investor Matt Poyner.  This article was also published in the July edition of…

Understanding the Current Investment Reality

Would a 20% allocation or more to gold makes sense? Gold has been misunderstood and ignored by retail investors, financial advisors and pension managers as…

Millennials, Gen Z try to build retirement savings

A Betterment for Business survey finds them struggling with conflicting priorities and a lack of advice. Members of Gen Z and millennials understand the value…

Term life vs whole life insurance: which one to buy?

Having to consider your own mortality is a sensitive subject. It’s made even more complicated when you consider the financial well-being of your dependents.  Luckily,…

Why whole life insurance is a bad investment

A while back I wrote about the mistakes I initially made when purchasing life insurance policies for myself and my wife, and one of the things I…

Survey challenges justification for DSCs and trailing commissions

Many investors receive little advice for the fees they pay Many mass-market and small investors paying for advice through commissions aren’t receiving basic financial planning…

What happens in Canada if a bank fails?

There’s a common misconception out there that Canadian banks and financial institutions aren’t susceptible to failures like we’ve seen in the United States and around…

How To Tell If You Should Dump Your Sad Sack Preferred Shares

If I were to pick one asset class that appears to have disappointed Globe readers the most in recent years, it would be preferred shares….