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Our objective is to cover a multitude of theoretical and practical subjects on self investing. For a better understanding of the scope of our site, see Information- List of 44 topics on this home page.

Explain how the independent investor can react given the level of concentration of the Canadian financial system, and encourage regulatory reforms.

Why so much information?

  • No one said self investing was easy.
  • To help you change your ways towards investment selecting and expense management, especially to stay the course in the face of an avalanche of advertising by the financial system.

We want to learn with you. We both appreciate and welcome your comments on every aspect of our site – to build on its strengths and to correct its weaknesses.
Last Updated ( Monday, 07 January 2008 )
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Many people do not consistently monitor their investments. They put their money away and fail to look every day, or even week, or even every year to see how their investments are doing. If the investments are invested for a child, it could be twenty years. If this describes you, then investing in the market averages solves the problem. The goal here is to pick an index fund and stick with it for life. There is no requirement that you actively monitor, or trade, your investments. Mac Barnes