My top 3 investing sites

When it comes to investing, less is sometimes more.  There is so much information out there, that it’s hard to find the key information that you need. My recommendation is to find reliable sites where you can start your search.  Here are 3 great web sites – all free – that provide excellent information for investors. Also important, they are easy to navigate to find exactly what you need.

Get Smarter About Money – Clear information about investing products, using an adviser, calculators for investment returns, net worth, etc., information and links about pensions (CPP, OAS), tax sheltered plans (RRSP, TFSA, RESP), and much more: .

Canadian Couch Potato – Excellent blog with up-to-date investing advice and information for index investors. Model index portfolios, spreadsheets for rebalancing, plus in-depth research for those who want the full details: .

Young and Thrifty – Extensive information about investing and personal finances for the cost-conscious investor. This site includes guides to robo-advisers, discount brokers and much more. User-friendly, clear and to-the-point:  https://young,

Happy investing!

Teri Courchene

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Teri Courchene

Instructor at U of T School of Continuing Studies, Math tutor. Education: CSC, MEd (OISE), AMI Montessori Diploma (FME), MA Economics (Queen's), BA Economics (UWO)