Info-Reports - Savings
investor has no shortage of investment options to choose from. We believe
so strongly in our mission to make money management easy for our clients
that we went and had it registered as our Trade Mark - Money Management
We want you to profit from our research. This
section provides a base reference source of investment products in a
simple format. The information outlined below is provided to give an
overall illustration of parameters that may be in effect for this investment
- 6 - High/Very High
- 5 1/2 - High/Very High
3 - Moderate
and Interest rate risk
/ TIME FRAME
Bonds - annually
Bonds - compound annually or paid at maturity
at any time, No interest paid if within first three months of issue.
/ RRIF ELIGIBILITY
savings bond with a fixed rates for a specified term. Available
in October of each year .
guaranteed by the Government of Canada for any investment amount.
of regular interest or compound interest bonds.
Table reference scale:
- High/Very High
in the value of goods will erode the purchasing power of your investment
rise - Fixed rate investments lose value
value of your investment is effected by the fluctuations in currency
market - economic, political or social events that produce declines
default on payments or secured assets decline below par value or face
which investments are right for you will depend on a number of factors:
Primary Goal - Is it to have your money readily accessible,
to have a dependable source of regular income, or to build your assets
over time? Each type of investment fulfills a different need.
Time Horizon - When will you need the proceeds of your investment?
If it's within a few months or years then short-term cashable GICs or income investments
should be considered. With a long term horizon, you may want to add growth
investments to the mix.
Risk Tolerance - Growth investments with a higher level of
risk will generally pay higher return, but if your nest egg and peace
of mind are key, investments with safety of principal is the answer.